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‘Christ and The Kingdoms of Men‘ and ‘Francis Bacon‘ both tackle the problems of “how to preserve the good in modernity and overcome its evils,” Innes says.
On November 21, organizers of a proposed Center for the Study of Christianity and the Black Experience held a reception and dinner to introduce their proposal.
Carol Meisky (’42) died peacefully in her sleep on Oct. 31, 2019, and a book by Phil Hopkins (’95) on Christianity and Iran will be published with Palgrave Macmillan next year.
This semester, the Media, Culture, and the Arts program at The King’s College presented ‘Songs For A New World,’ written by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown.
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During his visit November 13-14, Dr. Jay Richards made the case that economic freedom contributes to happiness and that machines will not cause permanent job loss.
This coming summer, The King’s College is pleased to host Summer Academy for the sixth year. Summer Academy is a week-long program that allows academically motivated high-schoolers to study the ideas that shape the world while earning college credit.
Within the last several weeks, a Twitter war has raged, involving the three French economists Piketty, Saez, and Zucman (PSZ) who recently released a free book on justice-based reasons for imposing a wealth tax on the ultra-rich.
Peter Temple (’71) retired from pastoral ministry after 41 years, and Zachary M. Cochran (‘10) is marrying Sylvia N. Muriithi this November.