On November 28, The King’s College hosted George Mason University’s Dr. Peter Boettke to speak on the continuing relevance of F.A. Hayek.
On November 15, the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute at The King’s College hosted art connoisseur and philanthropist Roberta Ahmanson for a lunchtime lecture on art and beauty.
Leigh Bortins, founder and CEO of Classical Conversations, will deliver a lecture on March 7 entitled “Mothers and Money: Building Businesses with Babies.”
God has desired us, chosen us, and made a covenant with us. Through the sacrifice of Christ, He has ensured that our “house” is “right” with him and will be for eternity. When we acknowledge our dependence on Him, there is no need to question or try to “fake” our status.
Janet On Anderson (’69) joyously welcomed her third grandchild on June 9, and Rebecca Sears (PPE ’13) was awarded a yearlong Public Policy Fellowship with The Fund for American Studies.
Birth is a violent act causing trauma for both mother and child. It does not come without pain and yet it is a pain that women like Hannah long for with a desperation that makes them forgot about social convention and respectability while they pour out their soul before God.
Dr. Herb London, presidential scholar at The King’s College, passed away at the age of 79 on November 10, surrounded by his family.
The King’s College congratulates the Empire State Tribune, the independent student-run news publication at King’s, for winning several Pinnacle Awards from the College Media Association.
What comes to mind when I first think of this word is God’s response to the people of Israel in the Old Testament—how He continually forgives and renews His promises to His people even though they continually fail at holding up their end of the covenant and turn to other gods.
With a vision to blend the absurd with the profound, The King’s Players presented an inventive, modern interpretation of Samuel Beckett’s 1949 classic ‘Waiting for Godot’ on October 26 and 27.