“It’s basically a product of a Post-Christian world. We live in a time where we view the ideas present in each religion as a sort of religious buffet where we can take what we want and leave the rest,” said Dr. Benjamin White, religious studies professor at The King’s College.Read More
For Us, Peele takes advantage of the same formula that Get Out uses to spark dialogue on a deeper, psychological/sociological issue: the human condition.Read More
Only about 20% of the Debate Society is excited about debating for Interregnum, though about 80% of their debaters are planning on participating.Read More
Millennial investors have a fear of missing out.
LYFT’s stock looks a lot like the overpriced SNAP when it became public.
Terrorism against religious communities unintentionally unites peoples of faith, transcending cultural, theological divides.Read More
Millennials are overworking themselves— and they’re proud of it.
But what’s the cost?
Islamic and Mormon notions of polygamy find root in something other than desire and lust.
Critique of abusive marital relationships should not be limited to non-nuclear marriages.
The tradition of Lent can help foster spiritual growth.
The season transcends sacred and secular lines.
Students should be represented in the conversation.
Or at least, updated throughout the process.
Eliminating finals week demonstrates a lack of commitment to the King’s mission.
Finals week will be an intense amalgam of final tests, final papers, and final lectures.
College students should start learning about the financial world now.
Financial choices will come at a cost.
The Patriots are back in the Super Bowl
This is a poetic battle for the trophy.
Everyone and everything is telling you not to shave (including your sleeping schedule). Don't listen to them (or yourself). Listen to me: You need to shave.Read More
Growing a beard can be an easy, fun and free way to express yourself. Beards are like tattoos, but basically free and less permanent.Read More
Law and Justice (Pis) Party distrusts the European Union
European Council President and former Polish Prime Minister, Donald Tusk, calls for Poland’s unity to Europe
Choosing minimalism as a lifestyle is hollow because it reduces life to one of shallow subjective whims.
We must orient our lives toward a good, flourishing life--the holistic life God intends us to enjoy.
Living a Christian life entails more than simply talking about Christ, we have to actively pursue Him in all aspects of our lives and be mindful of our selfish motives.
If we truly desire to influence the strategic institutions of the world, we have to foster a climate of godliness in our school and in our own lives.
Recent events prove that what happens in the past is not guaranteed to stay in the past.
Title IX is must be handled in a timely manner, but what good does that do?
· The Heavenly Bodies exhibit will remain a timeless relic in Met history
· How sex, art, and faith relateRead More
America leaving world organizations strips America’s power to be the world leader.
Should America abandon it’s leadership role?