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Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr. is taking an 'indefinite' leave of absence

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Liberty University announced on Friday that President Jerry Falwell Jr. is going on an "indefinite" leave of absence.
"The Executive Committee of Liberty University's Board of Trustees, acting on behalf of the full Board, met today and requested that Jerry Falwell, Jr. take an indefinite leave of absence from his roles as President and Chancellor of Liberty University, to which he agreed, effective immediately," read a statement from the school.
Liberty University is an evangelical Christian school in Lynchburg, Virginia, founded by Falwell Jr.'s father Jerry Falwell, a televangelist and...
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Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, agrees to take indefinite 'leave of absence' following controversy

Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, agrees to take indefinite 'leave of absence' following controversy

2 monthes ago   |   By ABC

The Virginia-based evangelical university announced Friday that, effective immediately, Jerry Falwell Jr. would take his leave following a string of controversies surrounding social media photos.
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