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This June, The King’s College published “A Biblical-Theological Commitment to Unity in Diversity” to present a shared vision for ethnic diversity in light of the College’s mission.
The King’s College is pleased to announce the launch of the Center for the Study of Christianity and the Black Experience and the appointment of Dr. Jacqueline C. Rivers as senior fellow of the Center.
If you can go about the week conscious that God is with you, that he’s not absent during hard times, you’ll find that you’re more confident and more able to find joy in these trials.
An assessment of the women in Jesus’ life reveals remarkable phenomena, broadly related to the intellectual abilities of these women and their capacity for both moral judgment and adherence to moral principle, which is worthy of Christian emulation.
While Christianity provides answers to life’s most important questions, it has always acknowledged the great mysteries of human life.
John is encouraging those of us without all the answers to “come and see.”
With His death mere hours away, Jesus chose to spend an evening feasting with His disciples. He chose people.
We are living through tragic, unprecedented times. We know we have hope, but first Jesus shows us that we can weep.
If we use love to make decisions, in big and small ways, that will build the kind of culture that God wants to see. And the good news is, it will very often be good for us as well.
One of the most compelling themes in the Bible—and in the history of Western Civilization—is the idea of remaining faithful to Christ regardless of the circumstances around us.