Recently, our President, Dr. Lillback, had the opportunity to encourage and equip our nation’s military personnel at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The War College is the Army’s premier professional military education institution focused on the study of national strategy, national security, strategic operations and strategic leadership. Graduates of the one year […]
One who read it said that Lee’s prominence was actually a sham as he was really the cult figure of later southern racists. They sought to use him to justify Jim Crow laws by celebrating the nobility of the “lost cause” of the Confederacy. As I reflected, if such were so, then I would question the wisdom of the Lee statues.
Summer is a time for vacations and a slower pace. For some, that includes getting caught up on some favorite reading. We at The Providence Forum have assembled a list of articles, blog posts and videos for you to catch up on your American history and current affairs.
Everyone wants Martin Luther King Jr. on their side these days. You can see this in how people use his titles. If you’re a scholar, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. works. If you’re a churchman, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is better. If you’re a seminarian, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. seems right.