The King’s College Media Updates | March 2021
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
I'm very pleased to say that I'll be taking up my appointment as Visiting Scholar at Princeton Theological Seminary this summer (after a year's delay due to COVID)! Looking forward to the research and conversation.
— Benjamin White (@bg__white) March 11, 2021
One of my favorite moments on TV. Check it out!👇
Priest's card collection raises $50G for children, school scholarships https://t.co/h2mjJv5QsZ
— Brian Brenberg (@BrianBrenberg) March 16, 2021
"A memorial’s most important task may be demanding accountability," writes @alissamarie.
Why it matters so much how we collectively choose to grieve and remember the pandemic: https://t.co/hT3IfJD4Ls
— Vox (@voxdotcom) March 25, 2021
Spoiler alert: A careful and curious reading of the Bible will prevent all four of these common ways that we misread scripture. pic.twitter.com/kaGoM4FfTY
— The Biblical Mind (@biblicalmindmag) March 9, 2021
— 𝐃𝐫𝐮 𝐉𝐨𝐡𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 (@Dru_Johnson) March 9, 2021
Really excited to find out I have been named a recipient of the 2021 @ASBPE Young Leader Scholarship! Looking forward to deepening my bizj skills this year through the program. Thank you to @cschoenberger of @finplan and Bonnie McGeer of @AmerBanker for recommending I apply.
— Jessica Mathews (@jessicakmathews) March 5, 2021
King's alumnus and aspiring actor, Brittin Ward (@zekeinvictus) made the most of the pandemic by applying his theater skills and interests to #TikTok, where his videos have gained millions of views and hundreds of thousands of followers @JMPjournalism: https://t.co/5blJ9O4IU1
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) March 6, 2021
In less than 2 years, Alyssa (sophomore, DCD) has worked with both marketing + social media teams on campus. She now has the opportunity to apply for the New York City Semester in Journalism @TheKingsCollege
read more down below! https://t.co/LVqkfS43HV
— William Jessup University (@williamjessup) March 5, 2021
This is Brent B. Newly elected Student Body President @thekingscollege. He enrolled in two of my courses on race this year. 16 books total from Kendi, bell hooks, Rothstein, Tisby, Sowell, McWhorter & more. Really proud him! We celebrated last night with lots of food! A lot!😂 pic.twitter.com/HMIPEI2zMy
— Anthony B. Bradley (@drantbradley) March 4, 2021
What does social contract theory and the idea of the consent of the governed have to do with ancient Israelite government—with the story of God and His people in the Torah? Dr. @Dru_Johnson interviews Dr. Kyle Swan @biblicalmindmag: https://t.co/AoArGOka4B
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) March 3, 2021
#ChurchillIronCurtain: Seventy-five years ago this week, Winston Churchill laid bare the moral gulf between the democratic West and the socialist delusions of the Soviet Union: the "Iron Curtain" speech and the arrival of the Cold War: https://t.co/HGZPojphHn
— Joseph Loconte (@JosephLoconte) March 3, 2021
Dr. Lucas Morel (@LincolnDouglass) Head of the Politics Department at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia (@wlunews) held a virtual lecture on Feb. 11 highlighting the life of famous abolitionist #FrederickDouglass. Read more: https://t.co/z9RDCHQNTP
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) March 13, 2021
— America Reports (@AmericaRpts) March 22, 2021
— MPJI (@JMPjournalism) March 26, 2021
If your work encourages you to detach from reality or if you find yourself skipping the Sabbath, this article by @Dru_Johnson is a must-read.
As of this morning, it's recorded as an audio reading so you can listen on your morning commute!https://t.co/8bJfjiqFSF
— The Biblical Mind (@biblicalmindmag) March 3, 2021
#Conservatism: This essay, co-authored with Samuel Gregg of the Acton Institute, is an effort to draw our attention back to America’s founding principles as a prerequisite for cultural renewal: https://t.co/OinxDiL9x3
— Joseph Loconte (@JosephLoconte) March 2, 2021
They've got nearly 100 people signed up on a weekday evening to learn more about the NT. Love it!
— Benjamin White (@bg__white) March 17, 2021
Read about the 2020 Alumni Award winners: Dan Egeler ’80, Diana Bellini ’06, and Tom Sparling ’78. Awardees will be recognized at the Alumni Gathering on March 23, 2021 at 8:00 PM ET. Register with the link in the article:https://t.co/a5U0LGZCDM
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) March 20, 2021
It's been a while since I've done an interview on rituals. But Johnny Meija (The Imagers Podcast) got me onto new topics: COVID rituals, crucifixion as a ritual, etc. https://t.co/O0xriYGZwr
— 𝐃𝐫𝐮 𝐉𝐨𝐡𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 (@Dru_Johnson) March 29, 2021
— Paul Glader (@PaulGlader) March 17, 2021
Prof. @PaulGlader's team at VettNews announced a major partnership with @RTDNA. VettNews Cx is a workflow automation tool that improves the corrections management and reader feedback process for news publishers. Read more: https://t.co/WEqDATD0Fy pic.twitter.com/2sy9d9PhEy
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) March 18, 2021
Speaking on the theme of Reconciliation, Dr. @MiroslavVolf will deliver the keynote evening lecture to begin Spring #InterregnumXVII on April 7, 2021 @tkcinterregnum. Read more: https://t.co/u9sJym9mAU
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) March 19, 2021
THE best moment as a professor is when two brilliant and virtuous students from @TheKingsCollege come to your office, excited to let you know they are engaged.
It gives you hope that the traditions giving humanity purpose and peace will live on in the next generation.
— Steele Brand (@steele_brand) March 24, 2021
I had a *great* conversation with these high school students today! We covered everything from BLM to mental health. They were fantastic. We'll take all of them @TheKingsCollege 😎😂 https://t.co/oCNGydgoc0
— Anthony B. Bradley (@drantbradley) March 25, 2021