Student opinion: A transient salvation?

Lines of reasoning that favor a temporary or partial salvation can vary. Whether intentional or not, individuals can turn infallible scripture into something that agrees with their own presuppositions or desires. Ironically, looking at 2 Peter 2:1, the irrevocable concept of salvation introduces a different type of question regarding its eternality and certainty. “But false prophets also arose among the […]

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Liberty University decks the halls for the winter holiday season

Starting in the middle of October, students noticed an unusual bit of holiday cheer around the campus grounds: red-ribboned wreaths, festive garlands and, of course, the makings of a giant Christmas tree. ‘Tis the season to deck the halls, and Liberty University’s maintenance staff has taken that message to heart. Decorating Liberty’s campus for Christmas didn’t happen overnight, and it […]

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Flames fall to New Mexico State 49-14 in last regular season home game

Two unsettling defeats to follow up historic victories against the BYU Cougars and Arkansas Razorbacks was not the direction the Liberty Flames hoped for their season to trend. This downward spiral was anticipated to change Nov. 26 as Liberty welcomed the New Mexico State Aggies to Williams Stadium for its final regular-season matchup. What transpired, however, was an unexpected finish […]

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Convo Worship Production – Every event done by Liberty is done with a genuine heart

Lights, camera, action. From the introduction music that signals the start of Convocation to the glowing lights and smoke that appear as the Worship Collective begins to lead thousands of students in praise, it is no question that this is anotable event. Convocation is a semiweekly gathering that not only draws in the Liberty University student body, but it also […]

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Lynchburg City Council: Republicans dominate in local elections

Republicans swept Lynchburg’s local elections on Election Day Nov. 8, winning three victories in the City Council race and holding on to Virginia’s 5th Congressional District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. City Council candidate Stephanie Reed notched the highest number of votes for Lynchburg’s City Council race at 19%, according to The News & Advance. Fellow Republicans Larry […]

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School of Divinity leaders team up to tackle ministry-related topics

With podcasts on a rising trend, Liberty University’s School of Divinity joins the trend with its Modern Ministry Podcast. The podcast launched in the fall of 2019, produced by Liberty’s leading Christian voices from the Center for Apologetics and Cultural Engagement.  Gabriel Etzel, associate dean of the School of Divinity and a creator of the Modern Ministry Podcast, shared this […]

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