Religion -- Study and teaching.
Found in 9 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.
Benjamin Bittinger lecture notes
Frederick Neumann papers
Frederick (Friedrich) Neumann was a Jewish philosophy scholar from Austria who converted to Christianity in the 1920s, emigrated to the United States, and became a Congregational minister and visiting professor at Hartford Seminary. Edith Spitzer Neumann was a bacteriologist and microbiologist. This collection consists of his academic and professional papers and records from her successful work to translate and publish his sermons.
Horton Davies papers
The collection consists of papers and mixed media from the academic and professional careers of Davies. Included are Davies course notebooks from his doctoral study at Oxford University, essays and sermons from his ministry in South Africa and elsewhere, and course and lecture notebooks on worship, theology and the arts from his tenure at Princeton University. Also here are slides, photos, and prints to accompany and illustrate those lectures and a course on Christian art.
Justo L. González papers
Justo González is a Cuban American Methodist theologian and historian. These materials are his personal and professional papers.
M. Henry Bittinger lecture notes
The collection consists of 4 hardbound volumes of handwritten lecture notes by Michael Henry Bittenger from his time as a student at Princeton Theological Seminary. Notes are for the following courses: didactic theology, taught by Charles Hodge; physics and natural philosophy, taught by John Loomis; church history, taught by James Waddell Alexander; analecta theologica.
Theodore A. Gill papers
These materials consist of Gill's personal papers, correspondence, Master Sermon Series, scrapbooks, and other printed material.
Thomas W. Gillespie papers
The collection consists of papers and other materials covering Gillespie's life as a student, pastor, professor, and administrator. Much of the material includes correspondence and other communications between Gillespie and others. The bulk of the collection spans his presidency at Princeton Theological Seminary.
Young Kyo Hahn papers
These materials consist of Young Kyo Hahn's personal papers, in addition to email correspondence, photos, disks, and other multi media items.