Bearing several significant endorsements, Jones’ exposition of Basil – an influential theologian and supporter of the Nicene Creed – reveals and explicates Basil’s stalwart stand against Arianism, a heresy that denied the full deity of Christ.
“Several students kept asking how can they come back to the food bank to volunteer on their own,” said KB Thomas, Louisiana College’s director of student activities. “I never heard a single complaint all day.”
The country kid from Ville Platte, Louisiana, who loved science and developed patents for top corporations, found his ultimate calling: teaching students the same foundational lessons he learned at the same place he learned them, Louisiana College.
Upholding a tradition of academic excellence, the Louisiana College Division of Humanities recognized several students for their accomplishments at the annual Honors Convocation held in Guinn Auditorium last spring.
More than 200 faculty, staff, parents and guests honored 37 freshmen, who earned their place on the Dean’s List in their first semester at Louisiana College, thus marking the second consecutive year an incoming class earned this distinction.