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The Gospel According to Isaiah 53 Book Analysis & Encountering the Suffering Servant in Jewish and Christian Theology

Mitch Glaser and Darrell Bock team up with nine other top scholars in their respective fields of study to examine and present a variety of ways in which Isaiah 53 has been and should be interpreted by both Jews and Christians, and also how to appropriately use this essential chapter of Scripture today in preaching, teaching, and evangelistic occasions. 2,769 more words

Blog

Fired because of creationist views, university scientist fights back

CSUN scientist Mark Armitage found soft tissue in a dinosaur bone, a discovery that throws significant doubt on evolution. Then, two weeks after publishing his findings, he was fired. 391 more words

Young Earth

Virginia Tech Graduate Moves to North Carolina, Shocked That No One Cares About Alma Mater

RALEIGH, N.C. — Frank Wilcox, a member of Virginia Tech’s Class of 2017, learned the hard way that it’s a different world outside of Blacksburg. Upon graduating with a degree in computer science, Wilcox accepted a job at Desai Data Systems in Raleigh, North Carolina. 346 more words

Blue Ridge

“The Liberty Counsel was founded by conservative activists Mathew (“Mat”) Staver – an attorney and former dean at Liberty University School of Law – and his wife Anita. 589 more words

Culture

University Student Just Getting Started

Six years ago, Katie Gallagher opened up for American Idol finalist Phil Stacey at our Sovereign Bank Stadium event in York, PA. I don’t think she had even entered her teen years yet. 124 more words

Music

Gay and Progressive at Liberty University

Earlier this week, the Spectrums Art Society, an incredible organization fostering space and community for LGBTQ+ individuals in Lynchburg, posted a piece I wrote under this title. 3,874 more words

LGBTQ+

You never stop learning.

Many people have this mindset that there is nothing left to learn after our formal education is over. All the training that we will ever need for life was crammed into the first 18 to 24 years of our lives. 482 more words