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Category: Justice

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May 18, 2022

Widening the Church’s Work

MDiv candidate Wing Yin Li on resistance, diversity, and the kingdom of God

March 11, 2022

Theology and Mental Health

The Distillery Season Six

February 25, 2022

A Vision for Disability and Ministry

The Distillery Season Six

November 17, 2021

Striving for Change

Rev. Ryan Landino shares his passion for transformational ministry and antiracism work

April 7, 2021

A Call for Solidarity

Members of the Princeton Seminary faculty have written a call for solidarity in response to the increasing acts of violence against Asians and Asian Americans.

March 25, 2021

Statement on the Atlanta Murders

The Center for Asian American Christianity responds to the murders of eight human beings in Atlanta, Georgia.

September 21, 2020

Faith in the Public Square

Aundreia Alexander helps shape and promote the faith community’s pursuit of justice

September 9, 2020

An Update from the Antiracism Task Force

August 27, 2020

Finding Hope in Christianity’s Hard Truths

Dr. Larry Covin Jr. on the intersection between theology, race, and justice

July 13, 2020

Princeton Seminary Files Amicus Brief

July 9, 2020

Our Commitment to International Students

June 23, 2020

A Call for Moral Leadership

Six divinity school deans and seminary presidents release a joint statement on the state of our national leadership

June 15, 2020

Doing Justice

President Barnes outlines actions the Seminary is taking to build a more just way of life together under God.

June 1, 2020

On the Recent Murders of African Americans in the U.S.

Members of the Princeton Seminary faculty have written a statement in response to the recent murders of African Americans in the United States.

May 29, 2020

Statement on the Death of George Floyd

By President M. Craig Barnes

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Youth Minister at Busbridge and Hambledon Church, Surrey, U.K.

Antonin Ficatier, Class of 2016

“What I like about working in an international church is that I’m always reminded that I’m a foreigner, that the land is not mine and I’m just a passenger on this journey.”