George Hunsinger: Author of "Karl Barth and Radical Politics"
Seminary alumna studies “spiritual but not religious” movement
Conference explores “The Finality of the Gospel: Karl Barth and the Tasks of Eschatology”.
Recent Author of “Making Faithful Decisions at the End of Life”
Q&A on Christian Accounts of Sacrifice and Forgiveness
Keri Day explores the church’s tradition of social justice and its potential for change making.
Author of Clarence Jordan: A Radical Pilgrimage in Scorn of the Consequences
Writing for Faith & Leadership, C. Kavin Rowe, ’99 MDiv, explores the relationship between Christmas and Easter, and the importance of looking at Christmas as a beginning.
Peterson is conducting research in Tübingen, Germany for his dissertation on sacrifice and forgiveness.
Cambria Kaltwasser, ’17 PhD, ’10 MDiv, explores nuances of Karl Barth’s doctrine of humanity.
“Reaping What We Sow: Roots of Central American Migration”
Dr. Keri Day explores the fault lines Kavanaugh's case exposes
Dr. Nancy J. Duff explores the practical and theological nuances of death in her newest book
Dr. Keri Day writes about the miracle of community in The Christian Century
Q&A with Dr. Day about her theological perspective and aim to fashion beloved communities
Q&A with Dr. Reichel about what animates her research and teaching
Drawing on his research on Christian-Muslim relationships, Kaemingk will advance the Center’s work on principled pluralism
Q&A with Dr. Smit about his work and what motivates his teaching at Princeton Seminary
Drs. Keri L. Day, Mary K. Farag, and Hanna Reichel share their reading recommendations for students and alumni
Rubén Rosario Rodríguez ’04 PhD discusses his new book
Matthew Aragon Bruce ’06 MDiv, ’14 PhD, reflects on his experience “doing” theology with theologian Robert Jenson
NBC News features new faculty member Dr. Keri Day and former faculty member Dr. Yolanda Pierce
Hayley Cohen ’16 MDiv describes her experience doing ecumenical ministry in the Holy Land
Princeton Seminary welcomes new faces and celebrates those transitioning to new roles
Princeton Seminary Class Reads Barth and Builds Houses with Habitat for Humanity
Princeton Seminary students study and learn alongside students at the Garden State Youth Correctional Facility
Watch videos of Dr. Pierce's lecture and a panel discussion at Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
“My call as a pastor centers on shaping a community where people can connect and be real with each other and God.”