The Distillery Season Five
Lisa Bowens tackles African American understanding and interpretations of Paul
On April 2, Princeton Theological Seminary's Office of Continuing Education hosted a digital panel conversation with Seminary faculty on the COVID-19 crisis.
Contemplating contradiction through conversation
Song of Songs scholar and associate professor of Old Testament
Professor Eric Barreto asks: Are we the gardener? Or the fig tree?
Jacqueline Lapsley recently began her appointment as dean and vice president of academic affairs.
Professor Mark Smith discusses the origin of ‘Yahweh’
Dr. Eric Barreto explores what it means to be “ready” for seminary
Writing for Faith & Leadership, Dr. Eric Barreto examines how we read the Bible in the midst of the political issues of our time
Dr. Smith leads a workshop at the International Center for the Study of Ancient Text Cultures at Renmin University of China in Beijing
Associate Professor Eric Barreto sees our racial and ethnic differences as divine places.
Dr. Jacqueline Lapsley discusses new titles emerging in the study of the Old Testament in The Christian Century
Lecturer: Dr. Juliana Claassens ’01 PhD
Janette Ok ’06 MDiv, PhD Candidate describes her formation as a pastor and scholar
Professor Dennis T. Olson talks about taking theological education into new settings
Innovative new program links academic study with the struggles of real life
Micah D. Kiel ’03 MDiv, ’09 PhD discusses his new book on ecology and the book of Revelation
New Testament Professor Eric Barreto leads a Bible study on diversity in the book of Acts
Jacqueline Lapsley on Ecology and Scripture
Lisa Bowens on Church Planting and Missional Hermeneutics
Members of the Princeton Seminary Community Reflect on their Experience at the Women's March on Washington
Professors bring unique perspectives and extensive expertise
Mark Smith discusses his latest book, 2016 recipient of The Frank Moore Cross Award
They will join the Departments of Practical Theology and Biblical Studies.
“To be in a community where I got to hear so many different perspectives—that was profound for me. I’m grateful for the curiosity, for the practice of learning that was cultivated for me at Seminary.”