Don Hudson Obituary, Death – According to a report that was gathered from various online sources, Don Hudson passed away not too long ago. It was with great regret that we learned of his passing. The news of the death has prompted a number of responses on social media, which in turn has caused family and friends to express their condolences. Each new beginning in life inexorably ushers in the arrival of its logical conclusion. The formation of memories is one of the achievements of human existence; despite the fact that life itself is only fleeting, memories can frequently remain intact for the rest of a person’s life. We are making an effort to find out more information about the report that Don Hudson has passed away. According to the statement that can be found below, we discovered the news of Don Hudson’s death from a user on social media.

It is with profound sadness that we share news of the death of longtime faculty member and colleague Don Hudson, Ph.D., Chair of the Bible & Religion Department. Don was a treasured member of the King community, and his zeal for understanding the Christian Scriptures in the 21st century was evident among those who were privileged to sit under his instruction. His influence extends far beyond the classroom, as he authored, co-authored, or edited dozens of books, essays, and articles for a variety of scholarly publications. He also served as a consultant with international organizations managing refugee populations in Germany, Austria, and Turkey.

In his role as the leader of the Religion 1001 class and others, Don likely taught more students at King than any other individual professor. Many students and alumni cite his class as one that began or rekindled in them a desire to know God and better understand the Bible and the Christian faith. As a result, there is a certain shock and sadness currently felt throughout the campus and the overall King community. We ask you to pray for Don’s loved ones, as well as his students, many of whom are experiencing the loss of a professor for the first time.

Please also join us in giving thanks for Don’s life, teaching, and great dedication to King’s students. A mourning wreath has been placed on the Memorial Tower on the Oval in his honor and memory, and we are working with his family to understand further details, including funeral and memorial arrangements. We will share more as those become available.

Into your hands, O merciful Savior, we commend your servant Don. Acknowledge, we humbly beseech you, a sheep of your own fold, a lamb of your own flock, a sinner of your own redeeming. Receive him into the arms of your mercy, into the blessed rest of everlasting peace, and into the glorious company of the saints in light. Amen. ~ King University