Princeton Seminary is committed to learning that is critically informed and contextually aware. This type of learning requires an understanding of the Bible, church history, and theology, as well as the skills and theory of practical ministry. It also requires an understanding of the changing world in which the church lives out its mission to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Seeking to fulfill God’s call for mission and justice involves us all. At Princeton, we address diversity in a multicultural setting. You will be encouraged to witness, to understand, and to respond to different cultures’ patterns of thought and theological perspectives.
Princeton Seminary was the first of the Presbyterian seminaries to establish an Office of Multicultural Relations (OMR). Located in the Department of Student Life, OMR focuses on the intercultural and diversity concerns of the Seminary community and offers programs and events to facilitate discussions. For more information on our diversity initiatives, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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