An innate tension exists between the American ideal and the Christian calling, and it’s expressed clearly in the prevailing metaphors of each: The Body of Christ described in the New Testament and the infamous Melting Pot of America, the prevailing metaphor of each..Read More
In the midst of a lecture regarding unity and peacemaking last night at Redeemer Presbyterian Church , an unnamed troll account cultivated chaos and discord.Read More
The contentious issue of Trump’s wall has elicited strong responses from Americans, and King’s students, all over the political spectrum.
Dr. Mueller challenges the conventional wisdom surrounding the causes and exasperating factors of the 2008 financial crisis.
Dr. Dru Johnson explains the power of rituals in overcoming uncertain circumstances as he launches his new book “Human Rites.“Read More
The King’s College men’s and women’s basketball teams prepare for the season and face challenges.Read More
Dr. Sandy Ikeda explains the limitations of city planning and the importance of localized problem-solving.
This year the Interregnum 12-Hour Film Festival replaced the historic opening competition, the reading test.
The new frontier of tech startups in America are being hindered by government regulations. Hiring foreign talent is extremely difficult for these companies.Read More
Tim Gibson delivered his first speech as the Seventh President of the King’s College, during the class of 2022’s Convocation Ceremony, at the same place where George Washington came after his presidential inauguration.Read More