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September 2009

"The Last Jihad" author speaks at convocation

Liberty University welcomed bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg, to Wednesday’s convocation. Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr., introduced Rosenberg, saying he was invited as part of a discussion on the support for Israel. ...

9.30.2009 | Read More

Philosophy professor’s book to be published by Oxford University Press

Dr. Jerry Falwell had a vision for Liberty University to become the Christian Evangelical equivalent to Notre Dame. This vision is quickly becoming a reality, thanks to philosophy professor Dr. David Baggett. Baggett and co-author Dr. Jerry Walls, a senior research fellow at Notre Dame, recently received news that their book, tentatively titled “Good God: The Theistic Foundations of Morality,” will be published by Oxford University Press. ...

9.28.2009 | Read More

Dr. Jerry Falwell honored in Christian Hall of Fame

Dr. Jerry Falwell, founder of Liberty University, was honored in an induction ceremony for the Christian Hall of Fame on Wednesday, Sept. 23, at Canton Baptist Temple in Canton, Ohio. ...

9.25.2009 | Read More

Art gallery celebrates grand opening

Liberty University held its first art show opening in its new gallery on Thursday. Students, faculty and community members stood in line at the Visual Communication Arts (VCAR) Department to peruse the works of David Heath, a renowned painter of contemporary American landscapes, in the new 30-by-38-foot gallery. ...

9.25.2009 | Read More

Students participate in See You At The Pole — a day early

Nearly 3,000 Liberty University students gathered in the Vines Center on Tuesday, Sept. 22, for the annual See You At The Pole (SYATP) rally to pray for their schools, their leaders and their nation. ...

9.23.2009 | Read More

University holds Missions Emphasis Week

At Liberty University, where the mission is to “Train Champions for Christ,” students have opportunities to get involved in missions work locally and abroad. Many students hear about those opportunities, and hear God’s call on their life, during Liberty’s Missions Emphasis Week (MEW), held Sept. 21-23. ...

9.23.2009 | Read More

Missions Emphasis Week kicks off at Liberty University

At Liberty University, where the mission is to “Train Champions for Christ,” students have many opportunities to get involved in missions work locally and abroad. Many students hear about those opportunities, and hear God’s call on their life, during the annual Missions Emphasis Week (MEW), which kicked off today. ...

9.21.2009 | Read More

LU welcomes advancements in technical degrees, research

Business executives, government officials and university administrators met today to learn more about the building campaigns of two of Liberty University’s fastest growing academic programs. ...

9.18.2009 | Read More

Liberty celebrates National Constitution Week with special guests

Liberty University is celebrating National Constitution Week this week by welcoming three influential political leaders to address the student body. ...

9.17.2009 | Read More

Williams Stadium sees record crowd

Liberty University saw a record-setting crowd at Williams Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 12, as 16,112 fans attended the first home football game of the season. ...

9.16.2009 | Read More

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