The King’s College is pleased to announce the speaker for the Interregnum XVI Spring Evening Lecture, Professor O. Carter Snead from the University of Notre Dame.
Dr. Jacqueline C. Rivers presented her Black History Month Address on the history of the Black church in America.
If I don’t come and be, letting go of my own fleshly desires, I make the same mistake the Israelites made, and I build up idols in my life to serve instead of God.
We are partnering with a nationally recognized publishing firm, Publishing Concepts (PCI) to help us gather accurate contact information for an updated alumni directory.
Was Locke’s Christian faith sincere, and is his project of liberal democracy morally legitimate? Loconte argues yes; Tubbs raises concerns.
JayCee Hoffman (‘57) announces Briarcliff Manor reunion and Amy Leigh (Cutler) Wicks (‘09) publishes poetry collection.
“Life” and “prosperity” are our spiritual disciplines, prayer, worship, connections with family and fellow Christians, working to improve our communities—all of which bring increase and blessing.
In an effort to feature models of enduring love, we asked several faculty members to share the stories of how they met their spouses.
What can students expect in post-TKC life? Alumni reflect and give advice to graduating seniors.
Dr. Brand’s book launch addressed two questions: How did Rome survive after so many battle defeats? And second, why does it matter to us?