Liberty University may conjure up different thoughts, ideas, and emotions for Christians from diverse backgrounds, denominations, and geographical regions. But for the nonbeliever, these emotions are no doubt even stronger. "Fundamentalist," "intolerant," "homophobic," and "irrational" are just some adjectives that probably come to the minds of many, regardless of their Christian or secular leanings.
Timothy P. Wiens (Ph.D. in Education, St. Mary's University of Minnesota) is headmaster of Boston Trinity Academy in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
Issue: "Interpreting Scripture" July/August 2010 Vol. 19 No. 4 Page number(s): 38-39
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