Jesus said that Christians are the salt of the earth, and good Christian universities help to advance that purpose. One such school is Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, USA. Liberty’s stated mission is to “develop Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills essential to impact tomorrow’s world.” Liberty strives to accomplish that goal by offering more than 60 areas of study (undergraduate and graduate) that integrate a biblical worldview into every area of study—from business to music, communications to pre-med, aviation to biblical studies.

Started in 1971 by Dr. Jerry Falwell, Liberty has more than 9,500 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 70 nations enrolled at their campus. More than 10,000 are also involved in their distance education programs.

One of the unique features of Liberty is its strong stance on the literal creation account in Genesis. Every Liberty student is required to take a course called “History of Life.” The faculty of the Center for Creation Studies, led by Dr. David DeWitt, teaches this course. The arguments for biblical creation are drawn from science, religion, history, and philosophy.


We are pleased to recommend Liberty University as a Bible-upholding school with a strong creation-based worldview. Visit Liberty University on the web at www.liberty.edu for more information.


Liberty University is offering a $50,000 scholarship in AiG’s Research Paper Challenge 2007. This year’s Challenge will focus on AiG’s latest information-packed resource, Evolution Exposed. At www.researchpaperchallenge2007.com you can read all about it and download the official Entry Form.

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