With many Liberty students experiencing spiritual growth at the school, where do those with doubt go? After spending most of his life in the Southern Baptist church, Mike McHargue found himself struggling to find truth in what he had always been taught about Christianity. This questioning led to a faith transition that resulted in emotional turmoil and the loss of his community. He has continued to use … Continue reading The Benefits of Doubt at Liberty University
An overview of the religious drama, First Reformed, in context of the church and Christianity. Doubt, heresy and conviction have been some of the most enduring themes throughout film history. Since D.W Griffith’s 1919 silent masterpiece “Intolerance”, the struggle between those who see themselves as carrying out the divine will of God against the oppressive godless masses remains one of the most intriguing struggles in … Continue reading Oscar Outcasts: First Reformed
Campus construction is significantly slowing down students with disabilities. Much of the construction at Liberty University has led to inconveniences for students and faculty. These obstacles are heightened for students who are physically disabled, whether temporarily or permanently. LU Senior Moriah Backhaus uses a wheelchair and has found that navigating campus has become more of a challenge since construction increased. “Life on campus has become … Continue reading Renovations Prove Difficult for Student with Disabilities.