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.
There is a part of me that is worshiping academic achievement instead of God, and it is stopping me from valuing Christ above all other things in my life. I want that part of me gone.
Hawley, currently the youngest senator in America, took office in January 2019 after serving as the 42nd Attorney General of Missouri for two years.
I have caught a little glimpse of Isaiah’s vision this year as the chaos and disappointment in my apartment have given way to peace and expectation.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Particle physicist Dr. Michael Strauss discusses the compatibility of science and religion at The King’s Forum in Dallas.
Impostor syndrome–a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud.”