Examining Christianity’s increasingly diverse and dynamic global population
Building on a tradition of intellectual excellence to include an expanded focus on holistic formation
The Seminary’s first permanent female faculty member, Gardner broke down barriers
A renowned biblical scholar, Miller taught generations of students
Nigerian scholar explores the roles of African women in church and society
PhD student Kevin Vollrath, MDiv '17, researches disability in Palestine
The Zoe Project's online storytelling
On April 2, Princeton Theological Seminary's Office of Continuing Education hosted a digital panel conversation with Seminary faculty on the COVID-19 crisis.
Francisco Peláez-Díaz is a Hispanic Theological Initiative scholar
MACEF Student from Liberia prepares for ministry back home
Contemplating contradiction through conversation
Mark Smith to Receive 2020 Johannes Quasten Award for Excellence
Watch or listen to the 2019 Toyohiko Kagawa Lecture
Margarita Mooney’s classes apply theological knowledge to practical issues
Welcoming Heath Carter, Jay-Paul Hinds, and Elaine James
MDiv '07, ThM '08, assistant professor of pastoral theology
Song of Songs scholar and associate professor of Old Testament
Associate professor of American Christianity
Raimundo C. Barreto, Jr. studies active religious communities in the Global South
Reaching out through public art
Seminary students and Princeton University undergrads explore how faith relates to the land and those who work it
George Hunsinger: Author of "Karl Barth and Radical Politics"
Conference explores “The Finality of the Gospel: Karl Barth and the Tasks of Eschatology”.
The two institutions mark their new alliance at MOU signing ceremony June 5
Recent Author of “Making Faithful Decisions at the End of Life”
Forum for Theological Exploration Doctoral Fellow hopes to change the public perception of immigration.
For Mary Farag, history holds the key to an experience that can enrich and inform practice and faith today.
Keri Day explores the church’s tradition of social justice and its potential for change making.
The challenge and joy of teaching preaching to Princeton Seminary students has captivated Professor Sally Brown, PhD ’01, for 18 years.
Peterson is conducting research in Tübingen, Germany for his dissertation on sacrifice and forgiveness.
The Farminary integrates theological education with small-scale agriculture
“One of the biggest lessons I learned was how to be charitable to views other than my own. Christian charity was shown to me, not just in the readings for class, but from the professors, and the Seminary community.”