Faith and theology helping to heal a struggling hometown
Nigerian scholar explores the roles of African women in church and society
Raimundo C. Barreto, Jr. studies active religious communities in the Global South
One of many travel courses at Princeton Seminary connects students with culture and community in South Africa
Students experience culture, history, and religion from an entirely different perspective.
George Hunsinger: Author of "Karl Barth and Radical Politics"
The 14-day travel course to South Africa took students on an academic, theological, and cultural journey.
Amy Julia Becker, MDiv '10, writes faith-based narrative nonfiction that digs into the simple and profound.
Author of Clarence Jordan: A Radical Pilgrimage in Scorn of the Consequences
Gregory C. Ellison II, PhD '08, MDiv '02, talks with Faith & Leadership about his nonprofit, Fearless Dialogues.
Recognized for her more than 30-year social justice ministry, Rev. Dr. Yvette A. Flunder, delivers the Prathia Hall Lecture
“Reaping What We Sow: Roots of Central American Migration”
Dr. Keri Day explores the fault lines Kavanaugh's case exposes
Q&A with Dr. Day about her theological perspective and aim to fashion beloved communities
Drawing on his research on Christian-Muslim relationships, Kaemingk will advance the Center’s work on principled pluralism
Drs. Keri L. Day, Mary K. Farag, and Hanna Reichel share their reading recommendations for students and alumni
Rev. Marsha Scipio ’12 MDiv announced as the new Associate General Secretary for Missional Initiatives and Partnerships
Rev. Dr. J.R. Norwood ’89 MDiv serves the community as both a pastor and tribal activist
Professor Afe Adogame reflects on the Reformation anniversary and the Global South
Waco attorney Kent McKeever ’04 MDiv expands non-profit that offers low-cost legal services to low-income residents
Amy Conner Cornell ’09 MDiv appointed to Indiana's Wabash County Superior Court
Rubén Rosario Rodríguez ’04 PhD discusses his new book
Innovative new program links academic study with the struggles of real life
Sarah Tunall ’14 launches Northwest Neighborhood Community Center, a nonprofit that invites neighbors in Bloomington, Illinois, to use their gifts to meet the needs in the community
Keeva Kase ’03 MDiv was named CEO of Buckhead Christian Ministry
NBC News features new faculty member Dr. Keri Day and former faculty member Dr. Yolanda Pierce
Alumna and former trustee, Rev. Dr. Sang Chang ’77 PhD, met with the new President of the Republic of Korea, Moon Jae-in
Princeton Seminary welcomes new faces and celebrates those transitioning to new roles
Travel course to Israel-Palestine prompts reflection and deepens understanding
Rev. Darrell Armstrong '99 expands efforts to serve at risk youth in Trenton, NJ
Members of the Princeton Seminary Community Reflect on their Experience at the Women's March on Washington
Students Travel to Ghana and Share Life-Changing Moments
“In Defense of Christian Faith and a Democratic Future”
Princeton Seminary Class Reads Barth and Builds Houses with Habitat for Humanity
Read about how their New Orleans garden unites work and worship
David Brooks speaks at Princeton Theological Seminary
A Laboratory for Church Leaders
Princeton Seminary students study and learn alongside students at the Garden State Youth Correctional Facility
Professors bring unique perspectives and extensive expertise
Listen to their story on NPR.
Watch videos of Dr. Pierce's lecture and a panel discussion at Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
Matt Overton ’06 uses landscaping as a form of ministry targeting Generation Z.
Seth Kaper-Dale ’01 is committed to resettling 50 refugees from Africa and the Middle East this fall.
“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.”