Princeton Theological Seminary
Sherrilyn Ifill on civil rights; Jamelle Bouie, Walter Kim, and Shannon Watts on faltering faith in institutions
Princeton Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the launch of the Center for Contemplative Leadership.
View photos, watch or listen to “In the Name of Jesus: Reclaiming and Reframing ‘Christian’”
Colonization, Christianity, and Commerce: The Afterlives of Slavery in the Trans-Atlantic World
Princeton Seminary alums share reflections on their pilgrimage to Ferguson, Missouri in 2014
Watch select recordings and view photos from the Prayer as Resistance conference
Rev. Dr. David Latimore reflects on his first year of service as director of the Betsey Stockton Center and shares his vision for the future
Dr. Gregory Nobles in conversation with Rev. Dr. David Latimore
Professor Lisa Bowens participates in service marking 7th anniversary of deaths at SC church bible study
A message from the Betsey Stockton Center for Black Church Studies
Watch or listen to the 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture
By Professor Lisa Bowens
The Rev. Dr. David Latimore's full-time position and the renaming of the Betsey Stockton Center for Black Church Studies are the Seminary’s latest acts of repentance
Watch the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture
Sushama Austin-Connor engages in public theology at Princeton Seminary, connecting pastors to cutting-edge developments in the academy.
Watch or listen to the 2019 Black Church Studies Alumni Lecture
Rev. Dr. Frederick Haynes III - King’s Lead Out of This Chaos to Community
Gregory C. Ellison II, PhD '08, MDiv '02, talks with Faith & Leadership about his nonprofit, Fearless Dialogues.
A Report of the Historical Audit Committee
2018 graduate JJ Flag shares his story
2018 graduate Sheena Rolle shares her story
Why women claiming their voice behind the pulpit is essential for the future of the church.
See video for what to expect at The Becoming Conference
Video: Dr. Daniel White Hodge, associate professor of intercultural communication at North Park University
Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III
“My call as a pastor centers on shaping a community where people can connect and be real with each other and God.”