The chair of Liberty University’s English department explores the changing of the political climate that has followed the changing of the guard at “Jerry’s school.”  This article in Christianity Today is simultaneously encouraging and disappointing. Encouraging, in that the new views are more nuanced and Kuyperian at root; disappointing, in that the institution’s philosophical and theological foundations cannot keep them from drifting over into social activism-lite, which too often becomes another form of squishy Christian-lite.

See: Liberty University’s Flip-Flop Moment.