This past Wednesday I attended the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. The Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts is held during Great Lent so that Eastern Rite Catholics and Orthodox Christian have a second opportunity to partake in the Eucharist other than Sunday’s Divine Liturgy. The Liturgy of the … More Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts
Here is another post I wrote Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AU). Once again I attended an event related to AU’s work on March 21. This time I was at the Newseum in the heart of DC for a symposium on the First Amendment on College Campuses that was hosted by the … More The Newseum: First Amendment on College Campuses
To answer the question is yes. There are three other Christian colleges who’s rules are much more strict than Liberty’s and make Liberty not look all that bad. The culprits: Oral Roberts University, Bob Jones University, and Pensacola Christian College. FYI, I didn’t look up these schools but Kevin did with his Liberty hall mates after … More The Unlikely Disciple: A Christian College More Conservative than Liberty?
For those who have been reading The Unlikely Disciple series, you already know that Liberty University is not a normal American university. It’s an Evangelical university that lords over it’s students with a bit of an iron fist. What is not so unusual is that Liberty offers missionary trips (religious version of alt-break) for students to … More The Unlikely Disciple: Evangelism