For Mary Farag, history holds the key to an experience that can enrich and inform practice and faith today.
The 14-day travel course to South Africa took students on an academic, theological, and cultural journey.
Scholars examine Christianity in the Global South.
Author of Clarence Jordan: A Radical Pilgrimage in Scorn of the Consequences
Lecture by Dr. Karlfried Froehlich
Program and lecture strengthens a connection with one of the fastest growing immigrant communities in the United States
Keynote Lectures by Dr. Médine Moussounga Keener and Mme Monique Misenga Mukuna
Q&A with Dr. Farag about her research, spiritual practices, and what she hopes for her students
Drs. Keri L. Day, Mary K. Farag, and Hanna Reichel share their reading recommendations for students and alumni
Princeton University and Princeton Seminary investigate their historic ties to slavery
October 31st - November 1st, 2017
Special display in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation
PhD candidate Alyssa Lehr Evans describes her experience in Germany as part of the Karlstadt Edition team
Professor Afe Adogame reflects on the Reformation anniversary and the Global South
Lutheran Quarterly is edited by Dr. Paul Rorem, Benjamin B. Warfield Professor of Ecclesiastical History at Princeton Seminary
Jason Bruner ’13 PhD helps students critically engage with their own lives
NBC News features new faculty member Dr. Keri Day and former faculty member Dr. Yolanda Pierce
Princeton Seminary welcomes new faces and celebrates those transitioning to new roles
Students Travel to Ghana and Share Life-Changing Moments
An interview with Andrew Wilson about his journey and his new book
Lecturer: Dr. Swee Hong Lim, Emmanuel College, University of Toronto
Dr. Wolfgang Thönissen and Dr. Timothy J. Wenger speak on "Martin Luther, the 95 Theses, and Church Unity after 500 Years"
Watch videos of Dr. Pierce's lecture and a panel discussion at Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
“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.”