Recently, when voicing some of my stresses about the future, one person reminded me of something that I often find difficult to grasp: our God is a loving Father.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
The Media, Culture, and the Arts program at King’s produced its third musical, Floyd Collins, on February 8-10 at the Salvation Army’s Theater 315 on 47th Street.
The King’s College Chancellor Gregory Alan Thornbury will publish a book on March 20 about rock and roll icon—and devout Christian—Larry Norman.
We’re all on a journey. Some things we know clearly, exciting adventures that challenge and encourage us. Some things aren’t so clear, taking us so by surprise, bringing sorrow.
On February 5, 2018, The King’s College in New York City was honored to host the Rev. Eugene Rivers as this year’s Black History Month speaker.
On February 6, 2018, The King’s College released a free, self-paced micro-course on the Electoral College and its role in American government.
Dr. Dru Johnson, an associate professor of biblical and religious studies at King’s and a Templeton research fellow at the University of St Andrews, has a new book out in March.
In the aftermath of the sorrow and mourning of this week, we are reminded that God loves us, and, in spite of doubts and sufferings, creates beautiful things through us and despite us.
The King’s College is pleased to announce that Dr. Marvin Olasky will give the evening lecture for Interregnum XIV: Compassion.