A library catalog (or OPAC - online public access catalog) is a database of materials
held by the library. Use the OPAC to identify items physically located within the
Princeton Theological Seminary Library collection: books, journals, DVDs, etc. Looking
for an article? Search one or more databases to find journal articles and other e-resources.
The Princeton Theological Seminary Library's Digital Initiatives, which includes the Theological Commons, provides free public access to digitized historical
material. It also provides online access to guides to the library’s manuscript
collections, the Abraham Kuyper Bibliography, the Digital Library of Abraham Kuyper, Princeton
Lectures on Youth, Church and Culture, and a digitized collection of Princeton Seminary Journals. Other projects are in progress.
Princeton Theological Seminary Library’s General Collections consist of the Circulating Collection, a collection of Latin
American periodicals, Christian Formation
Resources (Reigner Reading Room), the Periodical Collection, the Reference Collection, and the Reserve Collection.
Special Collections at Princeton Theological Seminary Library houses more than 75,000
printed works and over 4,500 linear feet of archival and manuscript material. Major
collections include the Seminary archives, rare books and pamphlets, personal papers,
records of organizations, research collections, and non-textual materials
related to the history of the Presbyterian and Reformed traditions and ecumenical
A showcase for curated resources in the Princeton Theological Seminary Library.