If your idea of a "university" is a place where the Flintstones is considered historically accurate, e.g. the T Rex is apparently 3000 years old (hey, maybe Jesus rode on one like a horse?), then this is the website for you. Otherwise it is an eternal disagrace that such a place in this joke of a country can legally call itself a "university".
Promotes massively biased views of science, history and politics that bear little relation to reality, all to satisfy radical religious beliefs. Not a good place to actually learn, neither online or offline.
Appears to be spamming me via globalwidemedia affiliates at the moment, not very christian OR legal of them. Possibly due to the website at onlineatliberty.com since online education is one of the most spammed (and profitable) online revenue streams at the moment.
The software from this school's mirror site is safe because they host well-known projects (including Fedora and the related repository RPM Fusion) and the packages are signed by upstream. For the school's curriculum, it is a bit questionable because they believe in the rapture and frequently teach about creation.