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The King's College is a small Christian institution of higher education, founded by Percy Crawford in 1938. The campus is located in Manhattan, New York, primarily in the Empire State Building.

The namesake of The King's College is not to be confused with the two temporal kings after whom Columbia University was originally named, when the latter was known as King's College, between the years of 1754 and 1784. The reference is to Jesus Christ, as the eternal King.

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