The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism protected an adulterer missionary medical doctor for years until his sights turned to pedophilia https://bangladeshmksspeak.wordpress.com/. I call it the Good Ole Boys Club that protects these sexual deviants!
It does seem this Good Ole Boys Club is in almost every organization and church. Recently this blog mentioned independent Baptist preacher Cameron Giovanelli. Giovanelli was having sex with a 17 year old student in his church school when he was pastor. However, before the fire got too hot he and his family moved to California where ‘he became president of Golden State Baptist College in California under the leadership of Pastor Jack Trieber.’https://baptistaccountability.org/list/cameron-giovanelli/
Nevertheless, your sin will eventually find you out and he had to resign from Golden State Baptist College but as a member of the Good Ole Boys Club there was a position open for him at ‘Immanuel Baptist Church on Normandy Boulevard in Jacksonville, Florida.’https://baptistaccountability.org/list/cameron-giovanelli/
Well, well, well, his day in court finally came and Giovanelli made a ‘…plea agreement’ in 2019 and ‘Giovanelli pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree sex offense and second-degree assault, both misdemeanors.
It seems the Good Ole Boys Club has positions for those with whom they find sweet fellowship and Giovanelli has been seen attending Harvest Baptist Church in Fort Dodge which also has a Bible College. It does make one wonder if there will just happen to be a position open for one of the Good Ole Boys?
God forgives when men seek forgiveness and repent but these men MUST never have a place of leadership in a church or school again!
Did Jerry Jr. really believe he would get a free pass when it came to business and pleasure? ‘A key reason for Jerry Falwell, Jr.’s departure from Liberty University was an Instagram photo showing Falwell with his pants unbuttoned, on a luxury yacht.
According to Politico, the yacht is owned by billionaire NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick. Falwell’s family has been using the yacht for family vacations since Liberty University committed to a lucrative sponsorship deal with Hendrick Motorsports.
Though coverage of Falwell’s suspension and ultimate resignation from Liberty focused on his personal behavior, the board of trustees said it will launch an independent audit of Falwell’s tenure that will include financial dealings, including the NASCAR sponsorship.
Liberty has sponsored a car with Hendrick Motorsports since 2018. Neither Liberty University nor Hendrick Motorsports has announced the size of the sponsorship, but an annual sponsorship typically costs millions of dollars. Occasionally the public gets a peek at the cost of these sponsorships. For example, court filings about the contract later obtained by ESPN indicate Farmers Insurance paid Hendrick Motorsports $8 million for a similar NASCAR team sponsorship. According to Politico, “a Liberty employee familiar with the university’s contract with Hendrick Motorsports said the sponsorship payment varies slightly by year but amounts to roughly $6 million annually.”
If Falwell and his family made personal use of Hendrick’s yacht as a result of or as a condition for the sponsorship, the relationship raises a number of ethical and potentially legal problems, including the possibility of what the tax code calls “private inurement,” which occurs when an officer of a non-profit receives an excessive, undue, or disproportionate share of benefits from a transaction. Such transactions could be illegal outright if they can be proven to be bribes, or they could – at a minimum – be subject to taxation by the recipient as income.
Rick Hendrick has a net worth estimated to be about $1-billion. He made most of his money as the owner of car dealerships. He also has had a long relationship with Liberty University. He has spoken at the school’s commencement, and his company helpedstart an auto dealership management program at its business school.
Hendrick has also had previous run-ins with the law regarding under-the-table deals. When Honda cars were in demand, in the 1980s and 90s, Hendrick gave hundreds of thousands of dollars, automobiles, and houses to American Honda Motor Company executives in exchange for preferred treatment, including increased automobile allocations for his dealerships. Hendrick pled guilty to mail fraud charges and was sentenced in December 1997 to a $250,000 fine and 12 months’ home confinement. He avoided prison time because at the time he had leukemia. During his trial, he told the court he “may only have a couple of years to live.”
Soon after his home confinement period ended, he announced that his leukemia was in full remission, and has remained so ever since. Despite the fact that the district attorney prosecuting Hendrick called his wrong-doing a “serious crime,” Hendrick was granted a pardon by Bill Clinton in 2000, weeks before Clinton left office.
Hendrick’s yacht is known for its opulence. Called “Wheels,” it is 164 feet long and has a list price of $35-million. It also has, according to a promotional video for the vessel, six bedrooms for guests, marble bathrooms, three wet bars and three separate sun decks.” According to Politico, “It carries jet skis, 15 drop-down televisions, and a 19th century dining table made out of North Carolina walnut in its formal dining room, according to a promotional video and brochure for chartering the yacht.” It rents for $200,000 per week.
The following article is a warning that Jerry Jr. should be on suicide watch. The indicators are there.
‘Less than a week after resigning as president of Liberty University, Jerry Falwell Jr. was injured in a fall after drinking, according to 911 transcripts and audio obtained by the Huffington Post.
The Sept. 17 Huffington Post report said Falwell’s wife, Becki Falwell, called 911 on August 30 to report her husband had fallen down the stairs and was bleeding. According to the report, Becki Falwell told the dispatcher her husband had been drinking but would not say if he had been “drinking heavily.”
“I’m not going to answer that question,” she reportedly said.
According to the Huffington Post, Jerry Falwell Jr. refused to let his wife take him to the hospital, but a first responder who went to the Falwells’ home found he had cuts on his face and slurred speech. The cuts were reportedly from a trash can that had empty alcohol containers in it.
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that Liberty officials had heard complaints about Jerry Falwell Jr. coming to campus while drunk. Falwell denied those claims.
Faculty and students at Liberty, one of the country’s largest Christian universities, are barred from drinking. Staff are allowed to drink but could be fired if they show up to work under the influence.
There is a BIG problem here. Well, in fact there are many problems but one problem is that there is a double standard in that the students are to be total abstainers of alcohol BUT staff are not!? This just may be the way contemporary Christianity works but it’s not God’s way. When professing Christians begin to argue for the ‘right’ to drink alcohol it is obvious there are other ‘legalistic’ prohibitions they will desire sanctioned. There is no limit to the list. There’s the contemporary religious ‘dialogues’ concerning gender fluidity, alcohol use, abortion, sodomy, same-sex marriage, etc. etc. and the list goes on. Once the flood gate is opened it is very hard to close. If Jerry Sr. was alive today he just might quote Proverbs 23:19 Hear thou, my son, and be wise, and guide thine heart in the way. 20 Be not among winebibbers; among riotous eaters of flesh: 21 For the drunkard and the glutton shall come to poverty: and drowsiness shall clothe a man with rags.29 Who hath woe? who hath sorrow? who hath contentions? who hath babbling? who hath wounds without cause? who hath redness of eyes? 30 They that tarry long at the wine; they that go to seek mixed wine. 31 Look not thou upon the wine when it is red, when it giveth his colour in the cup, when it moveth itself aright. 32 At the last it biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like an adder. 33 Thine eyes shall behold strange women, and thine heart shall utter perverse things. 34 Yea, thou shalt be as he that lieth down in the midst of the sea, or as he that lieth upon the top of a mast. 35 They have stricken me, shalt thou say, and I was not sick; they have beaten me, and I felt it not: when shall I awake? I will seek it yet again.
The following is another article declaring the PC culture that has infiltrated many ‘Christian’ institutions such as Taylor U.
‘No one is immune to cancel culture, not even Christian colleges and universities. A tenured professor of philosophy at Taylor University, a conservative Christian liberal-arts school in Indiana, has been fired for refusing to take down a music video he posted to YouTube.
The video shows Jim Spiegel in his basement performing “Little Hitler,” a song he wrote about human depravity. The refrain goes:
There’s a little Hitler inside of me,
There’s a brutal killer inside everyone,
The hatred grows inside us naturally.
Anyone with a scintilla of charity and intelligence can tell that this is no celebration of the Nazi madman — but an admittedly cheesy way to communicate an essentially Christian idea: that all human begins have a propensity to sin; that evil lurks in all our hearts.
The termination has shocked the Taylor community. Spiegel has won multiple awards for teaching excellence and scholarship and led Taylor’s Ethics Bowl team to national victories. He has been an indispensable fixture of the university’s intellectual life.
On Aug. 19, two days after Spiegel posted the video, provost Michael Hammond emailed to insist he remove it, according to Spiegel.
Spiegel refused, and the two met the following morning along with Tom Jones, the dean of Spiegel’s school. Hammond explained that he had received a complaint about the video, and Spiegel justified his non-compliance.
The song is consistent with the university’s values; it had been well-received when he performed it during a 2010 chapel service attended by 1,200 students. Spiegel, who specializes in ethics, reasoned that because the video doesn’t violate university policy and is not harmful, the university was violating his freedom of expression.
Taylor’s faculty handbook states that when faculty “speak or write as citizens, they should be free from institutional censorship or discipline.” Thus, Spiegel argued, his yielding to Hammond’s demand would be an immoral act that risked inviting further restrictions of faculty speech.
Hammond and Jones dismissed his argument, claiming he hadn’t contextualized the video to avoid misinterpretation. They reiterated their demand. That night Spiegel informed them by email he wouldn’t be removing the video.
On Monday, Aug. 24, Spiegel again met with Hammond and Jones and other senior administrators. “At this meeting, Hammond read out loud my termination letter, authored and signed by Hammond,” Spiegel told me. One administrator informed Spiegel that his pay would be stopped after that week’s paycheck and that the school was canceling his health insurance.
Hammond accused him of “insubordination” and claimed that his “lack of regard for how [his] words are perceived and may affect others … demonstrate [his] lack of interest in participation in the spiritual community of Taylor University.”
The termination letter also asserts that “a formal harassment complaint” had been filed against Spiegel by another faculty member — the incident being the video upload. The university hasn’t informed Spiegel of his accuser’s identity, contrary to all norms of due process.
Hammond’s justification for firing Spiegel is specious and post hoc. Plus, under the school’s “Life Together Covenant,” the faculty member who took issue with the video was obliged to pursue reconciliation privately before filing a formal complaint. Hammond thus participated in and sanctioned the violation of his university’s code of conduct.
More important, Taylor University defines harassment as “inappropriate conduct directed toward an individual.” As the video and song aren’t directed toward any individual, the harassment complaint is groundless.
This isn’t the first time Spiegel has butted heads with the administration. In 2019, former president Lowell Haines attempted to revoke his tenure to punish him for campaigning against the university’s effort to install a Starbucks.
In 2018, Spiegel and two other professors launched a pseudonymous newsletter opposed to Marxist ideas they believed were being introduced by certain administrators and faculty under the guise of racial justice. Spiegel’s supporters believe that his firing is delayed retaliation for these two incidents.
Ephesians 4:22 That ye put off concerning the former conversation the old man, which is corrupt according to the deceitful lusts
1John 1:8 If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. 9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 10 If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.
‘A longtime faculty member at Taylor University no longer has a job at the Christian school, reportedly after posting a video of a song he’d written titled “Little Hitler” on YouTube.
An email sent last week to the “Taylor University Family” from the school’s president, provost, dean, and board chair confirmed James Spiegel, a professor of philosophy and religion, no longer is employed by the university in Upland, Indiana.
He spearheaded a petition objecting to plans to bring Starbucks to campus because of its support for Planned Parenthood and for its endorsement of LGBTQ causes. He also signed onto another supporting Vice President Mike Pence’s invitation to speak last year at graduation. Taylor’s president resigned a month after Pence’s visit, which sparked sharp disagreement on campus.
He also was one of the authors of an anonymous conservative newsletter that popped up on campus challenging the school’s changing views on sex, immigration, and creation science, which the newsletter claimed was growing more liberal.
“We published it in order to express a conservative perspective that we sensed could use more representation on campus and to create substantive conversation in our community about a variety of issues,” he told Religion News Service in an email last year.
Spiegel told Taylor’s student newspaper, The Echo, that he was fired after he posted and declined to remove a YouTube video two weeks ago in which he performed an original song titled “Little Hitler.” The professor claimed the school had received a harassment complaint about the video. He also said he previously had performed the song at chapel and at a faculty retreat, according to The Echo.
The song includes the lyrics: “We’re appalled at injustice and oppression and every atrocity that makes the nightly news, but just give it a thought: If you knew you’d never get caught, you’d be thieving and raping and murdering, too.”
Spiegel had posted the video on a YouTube channel called “Picking Your Brain.” Other songs on the site, including “Mr. Government Man” and “Let’s Start Our Own Country,” feature the professor singing songs under the stage name “Philonous” that appear to be political commentary.
“COVID-19 is everywhere, so wear your masks and maintain proper social distancing,” he sings in another song. “Crowds can gather to riot in the street, but people can’t meet in a church to sing.”
Spiegel did not immediately return requests for comment by RNS.
Taylor does not comment on “personnel matters,” according to the email from school leadership. It did not specifically say Spiegel was fired.
But the email to the campus community addressed the “process by which this separation occurred,” saying the school followed the procedure to restore damaged relationships in its “Life Together Covenant.” That included engaging faculty leadership, the academic department and the administration.
“In this case restoration was not possible,” it read.
University leaders did not name what relationships were damaged that led to Spiegel’s departure.
But they said in the email that his departure had nothing to do with politics or restricting academic freedom.
My personal opinion of the whole Jerry Falwell Jr. thing is that he is a man who has no self control and too much money and seemingly too much time on his hands. Whether he is a true born again believer or not is a question that comes about because his life shows that he is not. If he is saved he is truly snubbing his nose at the Lord, certainly grieving the Holy Spirit that dwells within every individual believer and is showing total disregard to other believers. It also seems he could care less for those students who are seeking to get a ‘Christian’ education at the school which his father literally put his life into! The following is another piece by Julie Roys on the debauchery of Jerry Falwell Jr., family and employees.
‘For the past three weeks, the media has largely ignored the video Jerry Falwell Jr. posted from his now infamous “costume party,” and instead has focused on the racy picture of Falwell and his wife’s assistant with their pants unzipped. Yet the video, showing members of Falwell’s family—most of whom are employed by Liberty University, one at a very high level—may be even more shocking.
The video shows multiple Falwell family members dressed as characters from an extremely raunchy Canadian TV series called Trailer Park Boys (TPB). The show is riddled with profanity and drug use. And it features multiple forms of immorality—from group sex and pornography to homosexual affairs and prostitution.
This debauchery isn’t occasional. It’s frequent, as a scan through the episode titles show. Here are just a few. WARNING: they’re vile: “F**king’ F**ked Out of Our F**kin’ Minds’”; “Wh*re-aggedon”; “I Banged Lucy and Knocked Her Up… No Big Deal”; and “You Want the Lot Fees, Suck Them Out of the Tip of My C*ck.”
Yet the Falwells appear to be not merely casual watchers of TPB, but part of the show’s loyal cult following. The costumes donned by Falwell and his wife, his sons, daughter, daughters-in-law, and close assistants span several seasons of the program and reveal an intimate knowledge of the show.’ The rest of this article details the sordid shenanigans Falwell Jr. and others have gotten up to. The rest of the article may be read at https://julieroys.com/video-raunchy-falwell/?mc_cid=21cef7cb2b&mc_eid=b13d34ad49
Isn’t it sad when a professing Christian’s life arrives to the place where rumor and fact become indistinguishable. So it is with Jerry Falwell Jr. Here are THREE ARTICLES from secular sources on Falwell Jr. The first article is from a little over two years ago, the second from almost three years ago and the third is a very recent article. Falwell Jr. and Liberty University have a lot to answer for. This is the Good Ole Boys Club at work and Me thinks, most of it is fact.
From Rolling Stone we read ‘Falwell, 57, is the president of Lynchburg, Virginia’s Liberty University, one of the nation’s most prominent Christian colleges. More importantly, he’s President Trump’s principal liaison to evangelicals, the political involvement of which was fashioned largely by Falwell’s televangelist father, Reverend Jerry Falwell, Sr., who co-founded the Moral Majority movement in the ’80s. Falwell is not a pastor himself, but he’s taken on an overlarge role in the evangelical community after building Liberty University into a national powerhouse of Christian education.
Falwell’s profile has grown since he cozied up to Trump, who, according to Falwell, offered to install Falwell in his Cabinet as secretary of education, an offer he says he turned down. He has defended Trump unconditionally since publicly registering his support in the form an endorsement in January 2016, just before the Iowa caucuses. The endorsement was surprising not only because Trump embodied everything evangelicals detest, but because Falwell allegedly had already agreed to endorse Ted Cruz, to the point that Cruz’s campaign had written up a press release to announce the news, according to the Times. When Cruz’s campaign asked Falwell to make his support official, Falwell said he was not permitted to endorse primary candidates. Shortly thereafter, he endorsed Trump. “Clearly, something changed that led him to endorse Trump, and I would like to know what that was,’’ then-Cruz spokesman Rick Tyler told the Herald.
So what’s this about a “pool boy”?
In 2012, Falwell and his wife Becki visited the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach. While there, they befriended a 21-year-old pool attendant named Giancarlo Granda. Granda soon began traveling with the Falwells, both to their home of Virginia to hike and water ski, according to the Times, and to the Cheeca Lodge in the Florida Keys, according to the Herald. The latter paper published photos of the trip to the Keys, with Granda smiling next to Falwell, the two looking like father and son. Just months after the friendship commenced, the Falwells offered to help Granda, who had practically no business experience, set up a venture in Miami. After consulting with his friend Jesus Fernandez Jr. and Fernandez’s father, they agreed to open a hostel. Falwell ponied up $1.8 million.
Why did Falwell (who was nearly 50 at the time) and his wife invite a 21-year-old hotel pool boy to travel with them on multiple occasions, and then put up seven figures for him to open up a hostel in Miami Beach that Politico described as a “cesspool of vice”?
What about the salacious photos?
The relationship between the Fernandez family and the Falwells and Granda eventually went sour, and the Fernandezes sued, claiming they were being muscled out of a deal in which they were promised a controlling stake. The lawsuit, and many of the details of the Falwells’ relationship with Granda, were not know until Buzzfeed News reported on it in May 2018. Though it was not included in the lawsuit or Buzzfeed’s report, multiple compromising photos of the Falwells became a central element of the legal battle, according to the Times, which spoke to several people involved in the case.
Falwell has denied the existence of the photos — or at least that they’re of him — but the Herald reviewed three of them, which show Falwell’s “wife in various stages of undress.” When they were taken or by whom is not known, but, according to the Herald, two of them appear to have been taken at the Falwells’ farm in Virginia, and one at the Cheeca Lodge.
THEN THERE IS THIS ARTICLE by a graduate of Liberty who is also a homosexual. ‘”It’s actually that one,” our Uber driver said, pointing with one hand and shifting into reverse with the other. “Right here?” I asked, thinking he must have gotten the address wrong. All I saw was a liquor store.
“That’s it,” he said, crawling to a stop. Miami Hostel, 810 Alton Road, a dilapidated boarding house quietly hidden behind non-descript storefronts.
The trunk opened, and as my partner, Andy, pulled out our luggage, I took a deep breath and surveyed my temporary home away from home. This building in front of me, nestled quietly in a relatively rundownstretch of South Beach, contained three different businesses: an Italianrestaurant, a liquor store and a hostel.
As the Uber pulled away, Andy stood, slowly shaking his head. What had I gotten him into? “It’s probably not as terrible as it looks,” I told him. “Let’s go.”
The first thing I noticed was the almost eye-level gray gate with an odd, oval sign declaring that the hostel was—for lack of a better term—a safe space.
“That’s weird, right?” Andy chuckled and opened the door. By then, he and I already knew, thanks to a tipster that the owner of the Miami Hostel was none other than Jerry Falwell III, better known as Trey, who purchased the property with financial help from his father, Jerry Falwell Jr., a man who pretty much embodies everything on that sign: the fusion of religion with politics, aggressive fundraising and a slick, salesman-like approach to public faith. It was Falwell Jr. whose early endorsement of Donald Trump in the 2016 primaries—he hailed him for living “a life of loving and helping others as Jesus taught in the great commandment”—was seen as pivotal in helping Trump secure the evangelical vote.
At Liberty University, the Christian private school at which Falwell Jr. is the president and Trey is the vice president for university operations—and from which I graduated in 2011—all manner of vice is prohibited. Students, whether on campus or off, and whether school is in session or not—cannot consume alcohol or tobacco. Co-ed sleeping arrangements are verboten. And, in the words of “The Liberty Way,” the school’s student handbook, “homosexual conduct or the encouragement or advocacy of any form of sexual behavior that would undermine the Christian identity or faith mission of the University” are strictly prohibited. Any one of these transgressions could get you saddled with reprimands, financial repercussions, and even expulsion. And yet, here we were, in perhaps the gayest 6 square miles in the United States—South Beach, Miami—staying in Falwell’s gay-friendly flophouse with an on-site liquor store.
At least that’s the story I thought I was there to report. The more I dug into it, the larger and more byzantine the story became—and the more questions it raised. Though Liberty University officials declined to comment on the record for this story, senior-level sources at the university agreed to answer many of my questions. But rather than settling the matter, the answers they provided begat new and more serious inquiries that go beyond mere charges of hypocrisy over owning a hostel, and point to dubious behavior by Liberty University—actions which, according to several tax-law experts I consulted, could violate IRS rules.’https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/08/25/jerry-falwell-miami-hostel-liberty-university-trey-falwell-215528
THIS THIRD ARTICLE centers in on Falwell Jr’s wife. ‘A former Liberty University student says Becki Falwell, the wife of the university’s then-President Jerry Falwell Jr., jumped into bed with him and performed oral sex on him while he stayed over at the Falwell home after a band practice with her eldest son in 2008.
The student was 22 at the time of the encounter, near the start of Liberty’s fall semester. He said she initiated the act, and he went along with it.But despite his rejection of further advances, he said, Falwell continued pursuing him, offering him gifts and engaging in banter through Facebook messages.
How did all this continue for so long? I have spoken of the Good Ole Boys Club in several articles and this is exactly how it works. Whether it is Falwell Jr. and Liberty University or the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE) and missionary Dr. Donn Ketcham https://sadsaga.wordpress.com/ it is all a part of the way the Good Ole Boys Club works.
In my own opinion (which doesn’t carry much weight with some) Liberty University has never been what you might call a Biblically separated Baptist school of higher education. However, as far as I know Jerry Falwell Sr. never had a stain on his public reputation BUT that cannot be said for his son Jerry Falwell Jr. The following is from https://save71.org/ which is comprised of Liberty alumni which have been for some time advocating for reform at Liberty. They say ‘In the wake of Falwell’s resignation, the focus of Save71 is not on the salacious details of the most recent reporting on the Falwell family. Our focus is on improving our university, and for improvement to be possible, we must look beyond Falwell’s personal behavior and confront the failure of the university’s derelict Board of Trustees. Dramatic changes are necessary.
For years, Liberty’s Board of Trustees allowed Falwell to frequently, publicly harm Liberty’s reputation. The Board permitted Falwell and his family to run the school like a personal business at the expense of its faculty and students. Board members sat by while Falwell’s words and deeds disgraced the name of the Lord again and again.
The Board of Trustees is not a legitimate governing body. For years, Board meetings have been infrequent, brief, and filled with propaganda from Falwell and his staff. While some of its members, like Acting Chair Allen McFarland, take an active role at the university, many others do not. The Board is not qualified to determine who is best fit to lead Liberty, and its members should humbly recognize that.
After accepting Falwell’s permanent resignation, four things need to happen for Liberty to move in a positive direction. First, the Board of Trustees must permanently remove all the beneficiaries of Falwell’s inappropriate nepotism. Second, the Board should hire independent legal counsel to investigate the claims of financial corruption documented in previous reporting. Third, SACS, Liberty’s accreditor, should open an investigation into Liberty to determine whether its Board and executive leadership meet SACS’s principles of accreditation.’https://save71.org/
Numbers 32:23 …ye have sinned against the LORD: and be sure your sin will find you out.
Some ‘professing’ Christians make out pretty good for the present when playing around in the pig pen of sin. In Lynchburg, VA ‘Liberty University is giving its former president, Jerry Falwell Jr., a $10.5 million severance package, despite numerous allegations of immorality and wrongdoing.
Falwell told The Washington Post that his contract entitled him to $2.5 million over 24 months—the equivalent of two years’ salary. During that time, Falwell reportedly has agreed not to work for a competing university. After two years, Falwell will receive around $8 million in retirement.
Falwell reportedly said the board gave him the severance because he is leaving Liberty without formally being accused of, or admitting, wrongdoing.
“The board was gracious not to challenge that,” Falwell told The Washington Post.
In Liberty’s statement yesterday, the university said that Falwell’s “severance compensation was dictated by the terms of his pre-existing employment agreement without any adjustment by the University or its Board.”
Falwell, however, has been accused not just of prurient behavior that violates the university’s own code of employee conduct, but of preying on Liberty University students.