Princeton Seminary Journals

The Princeton Seminary Bulletin

The Princeton Seminary Bulletin is a publication of Princeton Theological Seminary. Begun in 1907 as a quarterly, the Bulletin moved to a publishing cycle of three times a year in 1946 and in 2008 to annual publication. After the 2010 issue, publication was suspended. Publication of the Bulletin resumed in 2015, continuing the annual frequency and digital issuance, but delivered through a new web site.

Access online

More about the history of The Princeton Seminary Bulletin (including an archive of past issues)

Theology Today

Editor: Gordon S. Mikoski | Book Reviews Editor: Nancy J. Duff

Founded in 1944 at Princeton Theological Seminary, Theology Today is a peer-reviewed, quarterly journal whose contributors include both emerging and established scholars. The editors seek to introduce to an ecumenical readership of academics and religious leaders significant new figures and movements in Christian theology, to foster intellectual encounters between Christianity and the other Abrahamic faiths, and to bring theological reflection and assessment into dialogue with emerging forms of church life and mission.

Access online*

*External link, hosted at Sage Journals. Full content is accessible from the PTS network or from other institutions that subscribe to Theology Today. Other users might be limited to tables of contents, abstracts, or other descriptive information. Visitors to the Princeton Theological Seminary Library can read the journal in print.

Archive of Past Journals

The Princeton Theological Seminary Library hosts a digitized collection of journals published by, or closely associated with, the Seminary from 1825 to the present.

Access online

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.”