Princeton Theological Seminary
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Alan Neely papers
These materials consist of personal and professional papers that belonged to and were authored Alan Neely.
The Princeton Theological Seminary Library holds Neely's papers as he he was named to the faculty in 1988 upon his return from Colombia; he taught until his retirement in 1996.
George E. Sweazey papers
John Lancaster papers
John Lancaster received his ThM degree from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1969. These are his course notes.
Justo L. González papers
Justo González is a Cuban American Methodist theologian and historian. These materials are his personal and professional papers.
Lewis S. Mudge Jr. papers
This collection contains manuscripts and memorabilia from the life and work of Lewis S. Mudge Jr.
M. Richard Shaull papers
The M. Richard Shaull Papers consist of personal and professional correspondence to and from Shaull; writings and publications by Shaull and others on Christianity and theology in Latin America, liberation theology, theology and political theory, ethics; subject files, lecture and course notes; and photographs and memorabilia Shaull collected during his ministry and teaching careers in the United States, Brazil, and Costa Rica.
Max L. Stackhouse papers
Max L. Stackhouse, Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary, was a central figure in Christian ethics and a pioneer in the study of globalization and public theology. This collection contains correspondence, research, and writings collected during his career at Andover Newton Theological School and Princeton Theological Seminary.
The Arthur M. Adams Manuscript Collection
The Arthur M. Adams Manuscript Collection consists of approximately 5 linear feet of documents pertaining to Adam’s work as a pastor and a professor. Inclusive dates are from 1942 to 1979, with the majority of the content falling between 1950 and 1970. The collection has been divided into three series, grouped by subject matter. These series are 1-Sermons, 2-Teaching Materials, and 3-Bible Class Talks.
The Bernhard W. Anderson Manuscript Collection
The Class of 1894 Manuscript Collection
The Class of 1894 Manuscript Collection consists of approximately 0.21 linear feet of documents, pamphlets, correspondence, and newspaper clips predominantly on the class fortieth and fiftieth reunions.
- Correspondence 6
- Religion -- Study and teaching. 5
- Sermons 3
- Lectures notes. 2
- Liberation theology -- Latin America 2
- Princeton Theological Seminary students 2
- Religion 2
- Theology--Study and teaching--United States. 2
- faculty 2
- Alumni and Alumnae. 1
- Bahai Faith. 1
- Bible. New Testament. 1
- Christian education Curricula 1
- Christian ethics -- United States 1
- Christianity -- 20th century. 1
- Christianity. 1
- Class reunions 1
- Clippings 1
- Culturally relevant pedagogy 1
- Curriculum planning 1
- Diaries 1
- Ecumenical movement. 1
- Human evolution--Religious aspects--Christianity. 1
- Korea--History. 1
- Leisure 1
- Letters 1
- Missionaries 1
- National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. 1
- Old Testament theology 1
- Pamphlets 1
- Persia 1
- Photos 1
- Political theology 1
- Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) -- History -- 20th century 1
- Radio sermons. 1
- Religion and science. 1
- Religious education United States 1
- Ricœur, Paul. 1
- Roman Catholic/Presbyterian and Reformed Conversation Group 1
- Scrapbooks 1
- Sermons, American -- 20th century 1
- Sermons, American--19th century. 1
- Sermons, American--20th century. 1
- Sermons, American--Southern States 1
- Theological anthropology--Christianity. 1
- Theology--United States--History--19th century. 1
- Tourism 1
- United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Chaplains. 1
- United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence. 1
- World Alliance of Reformed Churches (Presbyterian and Congregational) 1
- World Council of Churches 1
- color slides 1
- students' papers 1 ∧ less