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Amid glorious music, multiple scripture readings, elegant prayers, thoughtful charges and plenty of smiles and hugs on Friday, Princeton Theological Seminary inaugurated and installed its eighth president, the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton.
The Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, president emeritus of Princeton Theological Seminary, recently jumped at the chance to speak to preachers as part of Synod of the Covenant’s Equipping Preachers series.
The Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, president emeritus of Princeton Theological Seminary, jumped at the chance earlier this month to speak to preachers as part of Synod of the Covenant’s Equipping Preachers series.
Kicking off last week the first in what will be a series of discussions on the future of American democracy, the Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, the president of Princeton Theological Seminary and professor of pastoral ministry, said surveys show half of young Americans believe democracy is in trouble or has already failed. One-third feel there could be another civil war in their lifetime. Among seminary students, there’s plenty of diversity of thought, Barnes said.
Princeton Theological Seminary announced Friday that the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton has been elected by the Board of Trustees to serve as the Seminary’s eighth president, effective January 1, 2023. Walton will succeed the Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, who has served as Princeton Seminary’s president since January 2013.
The Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, seventh president of Princeton Theological Seminary, has announced his intention to retire in 2023. Barnes will serve until a new president is named and assumes office, no later than June 2023.
On Tuesday, Princeton Theological Seminary Board of Trustees voted unanimously to disassociate the name of Samuel Miller from the seminary’s chapel, which will now be known as the Seminary Chapel.
The Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI) announced Thursday that a $7.3 million Lilly Endowment Inc. grant will support the creation of a new program to help master’s students discern and navigate their path toward doctoral studies.
Princeton Theological Seminary has received a $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to support the institution in preparing pastoral leaders to address today’s most pressing issues. The initiative is called The Isaiah Partnership: Pastors Leading Innovation.