The King's College

Emblem

An emblem gathers up stories and ideals into an image that reminds a community of its purpose. The rampant lion of The King’s College summons us to lives of courage as we carry into the world the name of our King, Jesus Christ, the Lion of Judah. The King’s College magazine, published annually, tells the story of our continuing mission through the lives of our alumni, the initiatives that define our campus life, and the outward-facing endeavors of our faculty and staff. Each issue examines these stories through a new thematic lens that derives from the world-renewing mission of King’s.

The third issue of Emblem, published April 2018, focuses on Human Flourishing and highlights the ways some of our alumni are working toward the restoration of God’s kingdom. The issue includes an article by Dr. Peter Kreeft, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Philosophy, on the connection between the liberal arts and sexual morality; a feature about David and Amber Lapp (PPE ’09) and their work with the bipartisan citizens’ movement Better Angels; and numerous articles about what human flourishing means to our alumni, students, and faculty.

For questions and comments about Emblem, email communications@tkc.edu.