Since its foundation in 1812, Princeton Theological Seminary has included major thinkers and scholars among its faculty. Following in the footsteps of such important figures as Charles Hodge, Benjamin Warfield and George Hendry (Systematic Theology), Paul Lehmann (Ethics) and John Hick (Philosophy), the Department of Theology continues to place great value on original contribution to research in theology, ethics and philosophy. Details of recent publications can be found here.
Special research facilities include:
- The new Seminary Library, a state of the art building with over 300,000 books in theology and related subjects, and approximately 1400 current journals.
- Special collections in Reformed Theology.
- Monthly Theology colloquia with presentations by Faculty, doctoral students and visiting speakers.
- The Warfield Lectures, given each year by a distinguished theologian
- Access to the Firestone Library at Princeton University, one of the finest academic libraries in the world.
Research visitors are welcome. The Seminary offers the following special opportunities:
Princeton Theological Seminary also has a close cooperative relationship with the Center of Theological Inquiry