If you ask Sonia Waters, addiction isn’t a moral failing to be punished. It’s an expression of suffering to which ministers must respond.
PhD student Kevin Vollrath, MDiv '17, researches disability in Palestine
Reflections from Princeton Seminary's Puerto Rico solidarity team
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.
Brett, MDiv ’19, and Laura Foote on ministry and worship with people with disabilities
Gloria Yi’s global journey to her calling
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
George Hunsinger: Author of "Karl Barth and Radical Politics"
John Francis Maher is a recording music artist and Episcopalian rector who melds his two worlds together to address social ills.
Austin Crenshaw Shelley, current PhD student and ’14 ThM and ’12 MDiv grad writes an advent reflection for The Christian Century.
Assistant Professor Sonia Waters’ new book aims to both define substance addiction and help care for those in its grip.
Speaker: Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger, Charlotte W. Newcombe Professor of Pastoral Theology
Writing for Public Discourse, Dr. Margarita Mooney examines views on education
Writing for Public Discourse, Dr. Margarita Mooney explores personalism and how it influences education and culture
Sharing life together changes the experience of everyone in our Seminary community.
Cultural Anthropologist Erin Raffety Appointed to Three-Year Term as Lecturer in Youth, Church, and Culture
Kenda Dean on Social Entrepreneurship
Jeff Chu ’19 writes about his growing experience at the Farminary
Professor Kenda Creasy Dean reflects on caricature Christianity and faith of a different sort
A Laboratory for Church Leaders
Professors bring unique perspectives and extensive expertise
They will join the Departments of Practical Theology and Biblical Studies.
Recognized as a pioneer in education, Doob Sakenfeld was honored for her contributions to the field.
“My field education placements lifted up my gifts for ordained ministry, and the dual-degree program helped me develop the skills for ministry.”