Chris Cotelesse was a summer intern with the American Humanist Association. He enrolled at Liberty University upon graduating high school with the intent of becoming a preacher and left after two years. He studied journalism at Youngstown State University in Ohio and served as president and founder of the Humanist Objective League of Youngstown (HOLY).
Posts by Chris Cotelesse
Magma streams like rivers down the gape of an erupting volcano. It could symbolize the Roman god Vulcan, forging the pillars of the Earth.... Read More
From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, the United States Armed Forces have left bullets and boot prints all over the... Read More
The first time I had come to Liberty University, I was attending one of the “College for a Weekend” events, where high school students... Read More
No one falls from grace in one smooth movement. There is a clumsy and gradual descent from faith to disbelief with an extended layover... Read More
Although Liberty University’s roots are of the Southern Baptist variety, Christian students from all denominations enroll—including Pentecostals. Two of them, Nate and Mike, lived... Read More