Senior Scholar Daniel Klein charges students to act virtuously for the sake of duty and conscience, not merely because of altruistic feelings.
“Doubting” Thomas and I are kindred spirits. If you are right there with us, there is good news. Jesus loves to help people believe, and I love this about him.
The King’s College congratulates Founders Scholarship winners Makayla Flecha, Joshua Story, Abigail New, and Samuel Dieterle.
President Tim Gibson and Athletic Director Bryan Finley honor student athletes for their risk-taking and high achievement both on and off the field.
Easter is now imbued with new meaning. It is no cute holiday. It is the turning point of history – and my life.
Order & Chaos: Interregnum XV Prompts Conversations About Reconciliation Between the Earthly and the Divine
The King’s College explored the themes of Order & Chaos during Interregnum XV, beginning with a lecture from Dr. David Corbin and concluding with a triumph for the Houses of C.S. Lewis and Susan B. Anthony.
Dr. Howard Vos, Professor Emeritus of History and Archaeology at The King’s College, is affectionately remembered for his role in the spiritual and academic formation of the College.
Josh Craddock (PPE ’13) was sworn into the Colorado bar, and Deborah Harrison (’74) spends her retirement visiting nursing homes with her therapy dogs.
Sabbath requires what philosophers call “contemplation;” it’s probably more helpful to think of it as genuine “leisure.” Both of these invite us to stop and reflect…
Former White House aide Tim Goeglein encourages Christians to be faithful exiles upholding justice, freedom, and human dignity in a culture that has grown weary of Christian morality.