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Summer/Fall 2003
Volume 8 Number 1 

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Engle Institute fellows learned practical ways of staying in touch with their preaching craft, refining and shaping the ancient practice of proclaiming the Word of God.

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The Preacher’s Craft: Engle Institute of Preaching Receives Rave Reviews *.pdf

Forty PTS alums who preach gathered expectantly for the first Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching in June—hoping to refine their craft and enjoy being back on campus with colleagues.
by Barbara A. Chaapel

Listening to Latin American Voices  *.pdf
Professor of Ecumenics and Mission Luis Rivera-Pagán reflects on the ideas and commitments that brought him to Princeton from his native Puerto Rico.
by Erika Marksbury


Encountering Barth As a Missional Theologian*.pdf
Karl Barth is an unexpected apologist for the centrality of mission to the church’s identity, and thus an important missional, as well as systematic, theologian.
by Darrell Guder

Encountering Christ on the Loose:
Remembering Donald Harrisville Juel
New Testament theologian and PTS professor Don Juel, who died this year after a long illness, is remembered for his wit, his sense of collegiality, and his deep commitment to the unvarnished witness of the Bible.
by Beverly Gaventa
"But I Say to You..."*.pdf

PTS alumna Sarah Griffith learns about the depths of human suffering while spending time with her cousin during the last days of his life--before he was executed by the State of Missouri.
by Erika Marksbury

Distinguished in Service*.pdf

Drs. Joon Suhr Park and Sang Chang, who earned their Ph.D.s at Princeton when they young parents in the 1970s, are now among Korea's top educators and statespeople
by Deadra B. Johns

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