Transfigured for Thanksgiving

Transfigured for Thanksgiving

Note: This article originally appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Knox Now. You can download the original article here. Genuine thankfulness Holidays do not normally conjure up thoughts of holiness. We can enjoy rest at appointed times and, as citizens of this or...
Reformed Catholicity: New book by Dr. Michael Allen

Reformed Catholicity: New book by Dr. Michael Allen

Reformed Catholicity: The Promise of Retrieval for Theology and Biblical Interpretation Dr. Michael Allen, Kennedy Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, has co-authored a new book with Dr. Scott Swain. Description: Can Christians and churches be both catholic...
Knox Convocation 2014–You’re invited!

Knox Convocation 2014–You’re invited!

KNOX THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY cordially invites you to join us for our KNOX CONVOCATION 2014 Monday, August 18, 2014 5:30 p.m. — Student Orientation (all students)  6:15 p.m. — Student Dinner 7:00 p.m. — Convocation Service Sanctuary Rio Vista Community...
Dr. Bray & Dr. Allen Named Remarkable Professors

Dr. Bray & Dr. Allen Named Remarkable Professors

Dr. Gerald Bray and Dr. Michael Allen have been recognized for their outstanding contributions in theological study by Theology Degrees Online and named to the list “100 Remarkable Professors and Scholars Theology Students Should Know About.”  The article...
Outside the City For the City

Outside the City For the City

Our Christian confession captures a remarkable link between grace and the city: the sacrifice offered outside the city gates occasions the New Jerusalem. Both are necessary, yet neither, alone, is sufficient. This is why. We are not materialists or consumerists. Our...