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April 24

Heath Pearson Awarded Prestigious Newcombe Fellowship

Pearson's dissertation examines the impact of prisons and a militarized police force on a rural South Jersey town.

April 12

Contemplation and Reinvigoration

Alumnus Roger Rabey earns a Lilly Endowment grant to support a three-month sabbatical.

March 21

Nonfiction Writing Introduces Christian Principles to a Broad Audience

Amy Julia Becker, MDiv '10, writes faith-based narrative nonfiction that digs into the simple and profound.

March 13

Dr. Frederick Downing MA ’84

Author of Clarence Jordan: A Radical Pilgrimage in Scorn of the Consequences

February 28

The 2019 Lenten Devotional and App Available for Download

Everyone is welcome to download Princeton Seminary’s Lenten devotional that is filled with reflections and stories by members of the Seminary community.

February 26

Gregory C. Ellison II: 'It's good to see you. Welcome to Fearless Dialogues. Are you ready for change?'

Gregory C. Ellison II, PhD '08, MDiv '02, talks with Faith & Leadership about his nonprofit, Fearless Dialogues.

February 20

Christianity Today Appoints Timothy Dalrymple as New President and CEO

Christianity Today has elected Timothy Dalrymple, MDiv '02, as president and chief executive officer.

January 26

Heery: It's OK to be faithful failures

Writing for The Citizen, Rev. Patrick David Heery, MDiv ’11, encourages us to remember that even the smallest congregations can make a big difference.

January 24

Commentary: What shaped King’s prophetic vision

Writing for the Winston-Salem Chronicle, the Rev. Dr. Kenyatta Gilbert, PhD ’07, MDiv ’99 explores the factors that contributed to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s prophetic vision and legacy.

January 24

Longtime Chaplain Retires After Distinguished Career

After 25 years as a chaplain at Renown Regional Medical Center (Reno), Bob Stover MDiv ’52 has retired.

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Scholar and Theological Educator

Kathleen M. O’Connor, Class of 1984

“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”