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Jerry Falwell

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born
in Lynchburg, VA, The United States
August 11, 1933

died
May 15, 2007

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Jerry Falwell, Sr. was the founding pastor of the Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia. He co-founded Liberty University with Dr. Elmer L. Towns in 1971. He was also a founding member of the Moral Majority.


Average rating: 3.37 · 78 ratings · 13 reviews · 31 distinct works · Similar authors
Falwell: An Autobiography
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Building Dynamic Faith
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Lectures to My Students
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Liberty Bible Commentary
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If I Should Die Before I Wake
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Listen America!
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When It Hurts Too Much To Cry
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More books by Jerry Falwell…
“Christians, like slaves and soldiers, ask no questions.”
Jerry Falwell

“However, my real spiritual development took place at home. My mom led us in a prayer of thanksgiving before our meals. When I was a child, she prayed a bedtime prayer with me. She insisted that I go to Sunday school whether I wanted to attend or not. My grandfather was an atheist and my father was an agnostic who didn’t support my mom in any of her spiritual plans.”
Jerry Falwell, Building Dynamic Faith