The Bible feeds the moral imagination of the church, and the Biblical Studies Department is dedicated to training students to serve as biblically informed.
The study of the history of Christianity is an integrative, interdisciplinary program. It encompasses social, theological, institutional, and cultural history.
The Department of Practical Theology prepares Christian leaders to serve with intelligence and integrity in ministries that span from congregation to classroom.
Religion touches nearly every aspect of contemporary society and public life. It impacts issues of race and gender, social ethics, literature, and political.
Theological study and research at Princeton Seminary is rigorous in scholarship and rooted in the faith of the church.
“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”