The Princeton Theological Seminary Library collection offers substantial resources for theological study and research at all levels.
In addition to circulating and periodical collections, the Princeton Theological Seminary Library contains a growing number of Digital Collections, including the Theological Commons. Particular strengths of Special Collections are its documentation of the Seminary’s history, including works by and about Seminary faculty; American Presbyterianism; English and American Puritanism; Presbyterian missions; hymnology; works by and about Reformed theologians Karl Barth and Abraham Kuyper; and the history of Presbyterians in Korea.
The Library currently receives thousands of journals, annual reports of church bodies and learned societies, bulletins, transactions, and periodically issued indices, abstracts, and bibliographies.
Primary sources are represented both by original early editions or reprints and by modern critical editions.
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“One of the biggest lessons I learned was how to be charitable to views other than my own. Christian charity was shown to me, not just in the readings for class, but from the professors, and the Seminary community.”