When Honoring the dead??? I was just flipping through my copy of the "Liberty Journal" Jan/Feb 2008, when I came upon a full page article on the Fallwell Burial Garden nears completion (p. 6). There is full page color picture of this garden with the following caption: "Construction of the Rev. Jerry Falwell's burial garden entered its final stages in late November. Falwell, the founder of LU and Thomas Road Baptist Church, died May 15 at the age of 73. He is buried on the lawn of the former Carter Glass mansion where his office was located at the time of his death. When completed, the burial garden will contain an eternal flame, a fountain, and sidewalks leading to Falwell's grave." Now this is in no way to be disrespectful to Rev. Falwell and all he accomplished for Christianity in his lifetime, but when is it too much in honoring the dead?