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Christian Perspectives in Education (School of Education)
Christian Perspectives in Education (CPE) is an online, peer-reviewed journal that focuses upon Christian perspectives in theory, research, and practices of education. ISSN: 2159-807X
Call for Papers:
CPE is published annually online.
All past issues can be found at : http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cpe/all_issues.html
Christian Perspectives in Education is published by Liberty University's School of Education. All views and opinions expressed within the published articles are those of the author(s) and do not represent the views and/or opinions of Liberty University, the School of Education, the CPE journal, or the editors. Published articles and all information within the publications are solely the responsibility of the author of the article.
Eleutheria (Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Graduate School)
The Mission of Eleutheria:
To glorify God through the publication of excellent graduate student scholarship from an evangelical perspective in the areas of Theology and Philosophy, Scripture and Interpretation, and Church and Mission.
The mission of Eruditio Ardescens (Knowledge Aflame) is to serve Christ and His church by fostering and disseminating quality conservative-evangelical theological scholarship that addresses the Christian theological academy and the body of Christ through the vehicle of an online, peer-reviewed, and open access journal. The journal is a direct extension of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary’s mission to come alongside the local church and help it fulfill the great commission.
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Journal for the Christian Pre-Law Society (Helms School of Government)
Volume I, Issue I: Bioethics and the Law
Ambiguous Terminology In Health Insurance Policies
by Robert Webster
On the Personhood of the Unborn
by Kara C Deal
The Facts of Human Cloning
by Aaron Finkhousen
A Duty to Die?: The Implications of a "Right to Die"
by Robert Webster
Answers in the Market: Incentive Solutions to the Organ Shortage
by Winston S. Leslie
The Neglect of the Supreme Court to Address Physician Assisted Suicide in Gonzales v. Oregon
by Michael H. Wendt
Informed Consent and Nonconsensual Postmortem Organ Retention
by Jesse M. Mitchell
Faculty Editor: Michelle Crawford Rickert
Student Editor in Chief: Aaron Finkhousen
Lamplight: Literary and Fine Arts Magazine (Student Publications and Presentations)
Lamplight is an annual literary and fine arts magazine that showcases the creative talent of students at Liberty University®. Its mission is to glorify God and share His light with all who read it.