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    Constitution Day Speaker Highlights Parallels Between U.S. Constitution and England’s Magna Carta

    September 23, 2016

    Each year on September 17, the United States recognizes the day the U.S. Constitutional Convention first signed and adopted our nation’s Constitution in 1787. This year, The King’s College celebrated Constitution Day with a guest lecture from A. Edward Major, senior counsel at Kagan, Lubic, Lepper, Finkelstein & Gold Attorneys at Law in New York City.

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    Liturgy: “Psalm 79, Revised Not Once, But Twice”

    September 21, 2016

    When you are brought very low, do you trust that God is with you, even if you turn away from Him? I often don’t trust this fact, whether I acknowledge it or not. I want to submit even my lack of trust in Him into His hands. He knows precisely what to do with my cold heart. He’s brought me low, He will lift me up high.

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    Fall 2016 Inviso Dates Announced

    September 19, 2016

    The King’s College is pleased to announce the dates for its fall Inviso visit weekends. Inviso weekends are a time for prospective students and their parents to come tour our campus and New York City.

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    King’s Criticism Professor Joins Vox as Staff Writer

    September 16, 2016

    Professor Alissa Wilkinson will join new media powerhouse Vox as a film critic and writer, while continuing to teach full-time at the College.

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    King’s Signs On to Accept New Alternative to SAT & ACT

    September 16, 2016

    Prospective students at The King’s College will now have a third option when submitting standardized test scores with their college application packets. Debuting earlier this summer, the Classical Learning Test (CLT) offers an alternative to the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and the American College Test (ACT) that have served as the standard bearers for colleges and universities to gauge and assess the academic readiness of student applicants.

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    Fall Retreat Brings Together Student Body, Staff, and Faculty

    September 16, 2016

    With excitement and anticipation, nearly 400 students were directed onto eight coach buses for a 90-mile journey from The King’s College in downtown Manhattan to New York’s Catskill Mountains for the College’s annual Fall Retreat, Sept. 8 through 10.

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    Prof. David Innes Publishes Two Books

    September 16, 2016

    Prof. David Innes, Chair of the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics program here at King’s, recently published two books on Christian life and politics. Get an insight into his thought process for the genesis of the books and his objectives in writing them by reading on.

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    Liturgy: “Tattoos A-Go-Go and Other Things Worth Repeating”

    September 13, 2016

    That man, that scoundrel on that cursed tree, died to save people like me from myself, and people like you from me.
    Venit, vidit, vicit.
    He came. He saw. He conquered.

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    2016 Alumni Awards

    September 13, 2016

    The King’s College is pleased to announce the 2016 honorees of The King’s College Alumni Association. Every year at Homecoming, the Alumni Association confers four awards on alumni of The King’s College or of Northeastern Bible College for various areas of vocational distinction. This year’s award winners, along with the awards they will receive, are profiled below.

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    King’s Media Updates | August-September 2016

    September 12, 2016

    A review of how the faculty and staff of The King’s College are engaging culture.