Alumni from the last six decades attended, with a large contingent of 1978 alumni celebrating 40 years since graduation.
God has shown me, in the years since, some of the depths of my brokenness. Every attempt to be good, to follow God’s law, has shown me how much more deeply I need to be changed.
Bradley’s “hope from civil society” is that ordinary people—churches, families, and grassroots organizations—can help alleviate the injustices of the criminal justice system.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Dr. Joshua Kinlaw, assistant professor of history and humanities, will coach the King’s team: Elle Rogers (’19), Michael Napoli (’19), and Abby Smith (’19).
It’s easy to get lost in the narratives of the Bible. With so many characters, stories of triumph and failure, and commentary on the action it’s important to step back and realize what the totality of Scripture is about—Christ.
On October 12-14, the King’s Debate Society (KDS) returned to Canada to compete in the Hart House I.V., hosted by the University of Toronto.
The King’s College warmly congratulates Elle Rogers (PHL ’19) on receiving the Richard and Helen DeVos Freedom Center Leadership Award, presented by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI).
The King’s College is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Goeglein as a senior fellow. Goeglein has promoted Christian values in politics for nearly three decades, from Indiana to White House.
On October 12, The King’s College hosted a lecture by Dr. Khalil Habib, associate professor of philosophy and director of the Pell Honors Program at Salve Regina University.