The King’s College’s four-part lecture series, titled, “How Epidemics Change History,” looked back at the plagues of the past and discovered lessons that could help guide us through the COVID-19 crisis.
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.
Through her new learning management platform, Hidden Profit Academy, Professor Dawn Fotopulos helps CPAs increase small business survival rates.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
The College retains existing House namesakes and announces rubric for future namesakes, and will create a process by which Houses may explore a namesake change out of the desire to learn from other historical figures who constructively engaged with the Christian or classical traditions.
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.
The King’s College is pleased to announce the King’s student cabinet for the 2020-21 school year.
The latest on how the Center for Hebraic Thought (CHT) is promoting literacy in biblical thought and theology with these developments and a new project.
While Christianity provides answers to life’s most important questions, it has always acknowledged the great mysteries of human life.
Essential businesses and organizations remain open during the spread of COVID-19, including several ministries near and dear to The King’s College.