I don't know if you have followed the Westminster Theological Seminary flap, but get a load of this quote from Darryl Hart:
What hurts the chances for such a restoration of Westminster’s original vision is the presence of other theological tendencies that may be more conservative than Enns’ proposal but are just as uncomfortable with a militant and ecclesiastically disciplined Reformed witness. New Life Presbyterianism’s pietistic quest for relevance, Christian counseling’s egalitarian leveling of the minister’s pulpit and the counselor’s armchair, and neo-Calvinism’s push for cultural transformation all clutter the path back to the original balance of biblical theology, Reformed orthodoxy, and committed Presbyterianism.
Wow. That about says it, huh? That's what we need. More militant Reformed guys witnessing.
I am glad every day that I didn't go to a "Reformed" seminary.