The pagan roots of abortion extremism

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 12/1/22 9:11 AM

Dr. Graedon Zorzi, Assistant Professor of Theology and Philosophy at PHC, writes that Democrats are "quickly moving toward the extreme position that a woman alone can, in consultation with her...

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Filling a desperate need: a look at the Environmental Science & Stewardship major

Posted by Emma Perley on 11/30/22 2:36 PM

How should we approach the pursuit of truth in the natural world and what should we do with what we find?

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Graduates share about PHC's amazing community more than a decade later

Posted by Stephen Allen on 11/14/22 3:09 PM

Do you still keep up with friends you made in college more than a decade later?

One could hardly visit a liberal arts campus and not hear the admissions team raving about the great community on...

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PHC's American Politics and Policy program releases new publication

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 9/29/22 11:17 AM

Patrick Henry College's American Politics and Policy Program recently released its newest publication, The Public Square, which exists promote discourse on politics and its integration with worldview...

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How to approach the church search as a college student

Posted by Gracen Fulmer on 9/27/22 1:16 PM

It can be a challenge for freshmen college students to find a church to call home for their next eight semesters. Paul writes in Hebrews 10:25 that Christians should regularly come together in a...

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PHC Receives ACTA "A" Rating

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 9/22/22 6:08 PM

PHC's academic program ranks highest among Protestant colleges in the nation, recently earning a prestigious ACTA “A” rating and a 100% grade from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni's (ACTA)

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The purpose of PHC's business casual attire

Posted by Kathryn Eiler on 9/21/22 1:35 PM

The alarm goes off. As your brain focuses, you remember your 8am class and rush to get there on time. While throwing on a T-shirt and a pair of shorts seems like an easy and harmless option, this...

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The Harm of Therapeutic History, part 2

Posted by Emma Perley on 9/14/22 3:28 PM

What is actually being taught in history classes? And more importantly, whose history is being taught? [Did you miss part 1? Go here.]

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The dangers of therapeutic history: Dr. Spinney's explanations and solutions, part 1

Posted by Emma Perley on 9/6/22 5:30 PM

How does false history harm America as a nation? Dr. Robert Spinney, Professor of History, explains how, and offers the solutions.

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Adding a Little Peace to the Family

Posted by Stephen Allen on 12/31/21 10:59 AM

Through adoption, the Lakey family added a new member, a new blessing, and little "peace" into the family. This is a story about Christmas. This is a story about love. This is a ten-year story (and...

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