Breath, in Scripture, is often the metaphor for showing what animates someone. God’s breath animates the forces of creation in Genesis 1–2. The Holy Spirit is the animating guide for early Jesus followers in the New Testament.
The NEOS initiative equips students with analytical and digital skills that expand their range of capabilities after graduation at the intersections of technology, enterprise, culture and creativity.
Anti-Semitism has returned to Europe with a vengeance. What are the currents driving this tragedy?
Dr. Edward Albert “Al” McCallister ’53 entered the presence of his Savior at 3:25 am on December 8th, exactly two months after his 85th birthday.
Our series of campus histories takes a detour from King’s to examine the story of Northeastern Bible College—its location, its educational mission, and how it came to play a pivotal role in helping King’s reopen in New York City, becoming part of the King’s community in the process.
Alumni from the King’s Manhattan campus recently gathered in an 18th-century row house in Washington, D.C. for reunion, discussion, and lots of food.
The idea behind Two Cities is to cultivate the best of the New York and Chicago pizza-making traditions, bringing them out of rivalry and into culinary harmony under one roof.
Grayson Logue ‘18, a junior studying Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, was recently awarded the Richard and Helen DeVos Freedom Center Leadership Award, presented by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI).
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
“It is exciting to see professors in different departments interested in enriching the learning experience of their students by integrating our German and European perspective into their teaching,” said Philipp J. Fleischmann, Managing Director of the Handelsblatt Global.