On April 18, Dr. Friedhelm K. Radandt, the third president of The King’s College, delivered the inaugural Founder’s Day address on campus in the City Room. The title of his lecture was “Evil and the Human Conscience.”
The alma mater will be sung at Commencement for the first time since the college reopened in 1999 (and possibly longer). “We are thrilled to reintroduce the alma mater as an important tradition at The King’s College.”
This spring, Bryan Nance (’08), Daniel Hay (’10), Chelsea Guffy (’10), and Chris Ross (’10) were sworn in as attorneys by the State of New York. Alexandra Harrison (’12) was sworn in as an attorney in the State of Texas. Congratulations!
On Thursday, April 14, The King’s College held a standing-room-only event to hear Congressman Frank Wolf and Ambassador Tony Hall discuss their lifetimes of achievement on Capitol Hill and their bipartisan efforts toward international religious freedom.
If we love the Son, we must keep his word. Un-built furniture needs no instructions, but Jesus is building a political capital through us. In order to build, instructions must be followed and our reverence to the Boss is paid in our labor.
Dr. Joshua Blander, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at King’s, was awarded a fellowship from Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought (CCT) to work with scholars from across several disciplines during the Fall 2016 semester in residence at Biola’s campus in Los Angeles.
Josh Chiang earned the first-ever Bachelor of Science in Finance degree from King’s. See where he is now.
During the week of Spring Break (March 4-12, 2016), several King’s students travelled to the Caribbean in partnership with East-West Ministries for the third annual International Venture to the Caribbean.
A review of how the faculty of The King’s College are engaging culture.
What does it mean when people say, “I am spiritual but not religious?”