The King’s College Media Updates | May 2020
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Whether you are headed to college, starting your career, or just reflecting on life, “Before You Leave” was written to help you understand and discuss challenging topics and essential questions of faith. Register for the book launch here: https://t.co/rhYaBCgGvp
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) May 17, 2020
Calling all #SmallBusiness owners: Hear from award-winning author and #Business Prof. @D_Fotopulos in conversation with President @TimGibson88 on how to navigate these challenging times: https://t.co/5kXmSXtmRY
— The King's College (@TheKingsCollege) May 16, 2020
“One concern young people have is whether faith leaders can answer their questions. They want to know things like ‘Why would God allow this pandemic?’ – Career Development Director @mattperman quoted in @carriesheffield‘s recent @JustTheNews article: https://t.co/Cv7gt7rwGv
— The King’s College (@TheKingsCollege) May 31, 2020
— Steve French (@Steven_French) May 30, 2020
“Our team learned how to manage their cash positions in a recession, how to pivot when competition acted unexpectedly and how to persevere no matter the odds.” @D_Fotopulos on this year’s CapSim https://t.co/GHhfQA7K5Y
— The King’s College (@TheKingsCollege) May 28, 2020
Journalism prof @PaulGlader was approved for a 3-year term as a Fulbright Specialist and alumnus @ParnellWesley was accepted to the competitive one-week Berlin Capital Program. Congratulations!https://t.co/8Zo5Xbbl3o
— The King’s College (@TheKingsCollege) May 26, 2020
Prior to COVID, our editor suggested “Grace and Human Nature” as the theme for @TheKingsCollege 2020 magazine. We had no idea how providentially fitting the stories would be for those hurting in this season. https://t.co/BZWKSHPbQ7 pic.twitter.com/y9KVlvJJQc
— Megan Dishman (Phelps) (@MeganEDishman) May 22, 2020
— The King’s College (@TheKingsCollege) May 24, 2020
Prof. @AlissaMarie recorded a Q&A with the director and subjects of Neon’s The Painter and the Thief, which will air as part of the movie’s premiere at Movie Night. Tickets are on sale now for the screening and the Q&A on Friday, May 22 at 8pm ET: https://t.co/Hl4jv2Ox0C pic.twitter.com/KJbvlgjSrb
— The King’s College (@TheKingsCollege) May 20, 2020
Here’s my recap of a paper that I delivered @CenPasTheo. I give some reasons why strength in weakness theology matters today.
— Ben White (@bg__white) May 20, 2020
— The King’s College (@TheKingsCollege) May 19, 2020
Our 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. Read more and watch all four lecture recordings here:https://t.co/yVaBE7rhBP
— The King’s College (@TheKingsCollege) May 16, 2020
I’ve got great news: my Ph.D. thesis has been accepted for publication with Mohr Siebeck! It offers insights on the background, theology, and composition of 2 Corinthians. The working title is Pain and Paradox: The Transformative Function of Strength in Weakness in 2 Corinthians.
— Ben White (@bg__white) May 13, 2020
— Kimberly Reeve (@KimberlyReeve) May 11, 2020
“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” But a @tkcPPE education is an important step along the way.
— D.C. Innes (@DCInnes1) May 9, 2020
— Megan Dishman (Phelps) (@MeganEDishman) May 9, 2020
We are good, brave and ready to go for our digital commencement @TheKingsCollege to send these students into a future that will be brighter. Cheers to my @JMPjournalism students – the first 10 graduates of our Journalism, Culture and Society (JCS) Major! pic.twitter.com/2XNY2uZJPI
— Paul Glader (@PaulGlader) May 9, 2020
dear @TheKingsCollege class of 2020: you guys shaped my whole experience at King’s. you guys were the ones who got me through freshman year and convinced me to stay after first semester. i hope to celebrate with you soon🎊 congratulations!!!
— childish shambino (@shanreedmason) May 9, 2020