French argued that, in order to save religious liberty, we have to rediscover a biblically-rooted tolerance. “Fight for the rights of others that you would like to exercise yourself.”
On January 25, King’s welcomed students from the James Madison Program at Princeton, Grove City College, and the Abigail Adams Institute at Harvard for an American heritage-themed quiz bowl.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
The King’s College is pleased to announce Dr. Joseph Loconte’s appointment as Senior Fellow in Christianity and Culture, a role he assumes while continuing as associate professor of history at King’s.
I was born with a rebellious streak. The Bible says we are all sinful, and therefore I often have an ongoing struggle to choose God’s way over my way.
Dr. David Corbin will deliver the keynote evening lecture to begin Interregnum XV on April 9.
Melissa McGinnis (’91) became Assistant Director of Admissions at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale, and Sarah Norton (MCA ’16) was accepted to the London School of Economics to pursue a MSc Media, Communications, and Development.
A message from Dean of Students David Leedy about why we close the College for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
King’s Announces Semester Study Partnership with Morocco’s Ecole Superieure De Journalisme De Communication
ESJC students may now attend The King’s College as visiting students through the New York City Semester program, receiving ESJC course credit.
The performing arts is a competitive place, but King’s students and graduates are finding ways to enter the industry.