Nov 18, 2008
90 Words Around Liberty
by Editorial Staff
LU Grad to Publish Book
Liberty graduate student Paul Watson will have his first novel, entitled “Protect: A World’s Fight Against Evil,” published in spring 2009. The fantasy/sci-fi novel follows a small band of unlikely allies that embarks on a dangerous adventure to protect the world from being destroyed by a demented warlord and his monstrous armies.
Watson is currently writing a short-story prequel to his novel that he plans to release in increments on his soon-to-be-developed Web site when the book is released.
Watson received not only advice and guidance from Dr. Elmer Towns, but also two very important endorsements for his book from Liberty Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr. and Mat Staver, dean of Liberty Law School and founder of the Liberty Counsel.
-- Information provided by Brandon Gallagher.
Deck the Residence Halls
Resident students are allowed to savor the spirit of Christmas a bit earlier this year. In years past, students on campus were not permitted to decorate their rooms for the Christmas holiday prior to Thanksgiving break. The policy was changed this year to accommodate those who desire to express their holiday cheer, since the semester ends earlier than it has in the past.
Here's to You
What a journey the Flames football team has endured over the last four years. Many seniors remember the disappointment of four long quarters of a 42-0 blowout at home against Youngstown State in 2005. That anguish has been replaced with the excitement of a 42-0 homecoming victory over Charleston Southern this year.
This year’s heated presidential election brought many Christians to stand up and vocalize their convictions. Though it is important to be concerned with the government, it far more important for Christians to focus on their local communities. The same passion, dedication and tenacity that was evident during the election should be equally visible as Liberty students engage in their Christian service requirements. If Christians can have an impact in their local communities, then perhaps the desired change will occur in the future.
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