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INVESTING IN MINISTRY

INVESTING IN FRIENDSHIP

“I was about to leave the family’s home when I noticed a man standing in the corner. He was off by himself so I went over and chatted with him, and learned he was the father of the deceased,” said Ken Wildrick (M.Div., 1958; Th.M., 1962). That conversation led to the father coming to the Community Congregational Church in Short Hills, New Jersey, where Wildrick was the pastor. Then a golf game. Then a deep and treasured friendship. More >>

CLASS OF 1960 ANNIVERSARY GIFT

Thirty-five members of the Class of 1960, most with their spouses, came back to campus for Reunion Week this fall, celebrating their golden anniversary and announcing a $105,000 gift to PTS that will support future students and increase the Seminary’s global outreach. More>>  


Know Your Library - PROCESSING THE T.F. TORRANCE MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Thomas F. Torrance (1913–2007) was among the most significant theologians of the twentieth century. He was a major interpreter of Karl Barth to the English-speaking world, a promoter of the ecumenical movement, and a persistent advocate of the dialogue between theology and the sciences, for which advocacy he was awarded the Templeton Prize in 1978. He was also the father of Iain R. Torrance, current president of Princeton Seminary.  More>>  


A LIBRARY FOR THE WORLD: AN INTERVIEW WITH SAMUEL PAGÁN

Biblical scholar Samuel Pagán (Th.M., 1977) came to study at Princeton Seminary from Puerto Rico. After majoring in chemical engineering in college, he discovered he loved to study the Bible and preach, and went to the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico to pursue a Master of Divinity degree. But Pagán’s ministry would not focus on preaching. “From the first twenty-five minutes of the first lecture, I discovered that the world of scholarship is my world,” he said. “Within an hour, I knew I wanted to go on for a Ph.D.”  More>>