I attach a very high value on the quality of teaching and skills I learned whilst studying at Kings. The real differentiator is that the college focuses on teaching one how to think and reason in an exegetical way, and not just learn a set of doctrines or traditional preferences.  The modules are designed to teach one how to handle material and cover view points of a wide variety, and measure them against Scripture which is held as the main authority on both doctrine and life.  
The lecturers are drawn from a diverse pool of evangelical backgrounds which contributes to a balanced, yet evangelical approach to studying the Bible.  It has challenged me in many ways and has given me confidence to engage with Scripture and others without being arrogant about it.  Because of the course's focus on hermeneutics, I am also able to use the analytical and philosophical skills which I learned here successfully in my secular occupation, which is software architecture. 
Paul Grobler
B.Th. student
Cape Town, South Africa (2012)