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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Walking in Christ's Footsteps

Posted by Julia Adams on 11/25/22 3:38 PM

After I was accepted into PHC, my admissions counselor directed me to Dr. Stephen Hake, the literature professor. Hake had recently begun offering students the opportunity to be mentored by PHC...

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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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The dangers of light pollution, spiritual or otherwise

Posted by Nathan Hillanbrand on 10/27/22 5:07 PM

As billions of birds make their annual migration south this fall, thousands or more will be killed by disorienting "light pollution," reported the Audubon Society, an environmental group focused 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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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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Grand Champion Showman Continues Training in Servant Leadership at PHC

Posted by Kathryn Eiler on 2/25/22 2:39 PM

Patrick Henry College students come from a wide scope of experiences and passions, and freshman Dale Freier III is no exception. For the past two years, Dale has served on the Seneca County Junior...

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Binding Up Broken Hearts with the Ministering Love of Christ

Posted by Allyn Sims on 2/4/22 5:03 PM

Now before the Feast of the Passover, Jesus, knowing that His hour had come that He would depart from this world to the Father, having loved His own who were in the world, He loved them to the end…...

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