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Founded in 1812, Princeton Theological Seminary prepares women and men to serve as faithful Christian leaders in the church, the academy, and the world.
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The Annual Rian Lecture with Christy Lang Hearlson | Reunion 2023

May 17, 2023 Christy Lang Hearlson (PhD 16, MDiv 05), Associate Professor of Religious and Theological Education at Villanova University, offers the Rian Lecture entitled, “There is no Away: Rediscovering Wonder on an Imperiled Planet”.
6/14/202353 minutes, 8 seconds
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Keynote with President Walton | Reunion 2023

May 16, 2023 President Jonathan Lee Walton offers a keynote address, “Tradition and Innovation: The Enduring Contours of Theological Education at Princeton Seminary”.
6/14/20231 hour, 7 minutes, 26 seconds
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This is My Story (AEC Awards) | Reunion 2023

May 15, 2023 Hear The Rev. Ruth Faith Santana-Grace, the 2023 Recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award, and The Rev. Sabrina Slater, recipient of the Alumni Association Executive Council Service Award, share their stories of faith and ministry.
6/14/20231 hour, 48 seconds
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Faculty Spotlight | Reunion 2023

May 16, 2023 Princeton Seminary Professors, Professors Dale Alison, Lisa Bowens, K.C. Choi, Jay-Paul Hinds, Amelia Kennedy, and Kimberly Wagner, each offer an introductory presentation on recent research and publications.
6/14/202344 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Dr. Martin Luther King Lecture 2023 | Dr. Lerone A. Martin

Martin is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and the Martin Luther King, Jr., Centennial Chair and Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University. Previously, he was a member of the faculty in the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics and Director of American Culture Studies at Washington University in Saint Louis. Martin is the author of the award-winning Preaching on Wax: The Phonograph and the Making of Modern African American Religion (New York University Press, 2014). The book received the 2015 first book award by the American Society of Church History. In support of his research, Martin has received a number of nationally recognized fellowships, including the National Endowment for the Humanities, The American Council of Learned Societies, The Institute for Citizens and Scholars (formerly The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation), The Teagle Foundation, Templeton Religion Trust, the Louisville Institute for the Study of American Religion, and the Forum for Theological Exploration. Most recently, Martin became Co-Director of a $1 million grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to fund “The Crossroads Project,” a four-year, multi-institution project to advance public understanding of the history, politics, and cultures of African American religions. He has also been recognized for his teaching, receiving institutional teaching awards as well as fellowships from the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. His commentary and writing have been featured in the New York Times, Boston Globe, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CNN, CSPAN, and PBS. He is currently writing a book on the relationship between the FBI and white Christian Nationalism, to be published by Princeton University Press in 2022. This lecture is presented by the Association of Black Seminarians.
6/6/202357 minutes, 34 seconds
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“Pick Your Fight, Pastor” The National Council of Churches and the Work Left To Do

Pre-Recorded on March 31, 2023 Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie, Interim General Secretary and President of the National Council of Churches, discusses hopes for the future of mainline Protestantism in an era of historic disaffiliation from Christian churches; as well as whether it is possible to build bridges across lines of difference even while staking out prophetic stands on urgent questions of justice.
4/28/202343 minutes, 24 seconds
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Sang Hyun Lee Lecture 2023 | Rev. Dr. Janette Ok

March 28, 2023 | Wright Library The Sang Hyun Lee Lecture on Asian American Theology and Ministry Lecturer: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok
4/4/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 50 seconds
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Keynote by the Rev. Dr. Kimberly Wagner | Safe Harbor: Ministering in the Midst of Storms

January 11, 2023 | Safe Harbor: Ministering in the Midst of Storms Keynote: “Navigating the Storm and Cultivating Safe Harbors: Preaching and Ministry amid Trauma” Lecturer: The Rev. Dr. Kimberly Wagner
2/3/20231 hour, 11 minutes, 5 seconds
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Keynote by the Rev. Martha Simmons | Safe Harbor: Ministering in the Midst of Storms

January 10, 2023 | Safe Harbor: Ministering in the Midst of Storms Keynote: “New Moods and Methods for Ministering in the Midst of Storms” Lecturer: The Rev. Martha Simmons, Esq.
2/3/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 18 seconds
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Carols of Many Nations 2022

December 7, 2022 | Seminary Chapel The Carols of Many Nations service includes readings, choral anthems, and congregational carols led by the Princeton Seminary Choir and international students and staff of the Seminary. Text for readings and songs in other languages can be found in the Carols of Many Nations program. Visit ptsem.edu/carolsprogram2022 to view the program. "The Great Arrival" by Bette Dickinson from Making Room in Advent © 2022 by Bette Dickinson and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship / USA. Used by permission of InterVarsity Press, P.O. Box 1400, Downers Grove, IL 60515, USA. www.ivpress.com.
1/9/20231 hour, 24 minutes, 10 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 2:1-10 | December 5, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Ephesians 2:1-10 Homily: "But God..." In the second chapter of Ephesians, Paul offers the testimony of Christian community. “You were dead…” he begins. And in spite of our tendency to crawl back in the tombs, God has made us fully alive in Christ, and will never settle for anything less than a fully alive Church.
12/13/202216 minutes, 42 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 6:1-14 | November 17, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: John 6:1-14 The most striking thing about John’s account of the feeding of the 5,000 is that Jesus took the five loaves of bread, which seemed so meager compared to thousands of hungry people before him, and he gave thanks for what he held. Then the miracle could begin. While our resources are always so meager in the face of the challenges we confront, we are never going to see anything miraculous unless with begin with thanksgiving.
11/22/202216 minutes, 29 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis | The Geddes W. Hanson Lecture

October 26, 2022 | Theron Room, Wright Library The 2022 Geddes W. Hanson Lecture: “In the Name of Jesus: Reclaiming and Reframing 'Christian'" Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, MDiv '92, author, activist, preacher, and public theologian; senior pastor, Middle Collegiate Church
11/16/202235 minutes, 26 seconds
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The Future of American Democracy: The Challenge of Polarization

October 13, 2022 The Future of American Democracy: The Challenge of Polarization Where Americans once saw neighbors, they now see enemies. Increasingly, Republicans and Democrats alike see members of the other party as not just wrong on key issues, but — according to the Pew Research Center — as immoral, dishonest, closed-minded, and a threat to the nation’s well-being. The reverberations of extreme polarization are felt far from the realm of formal politics, in schools and churches and local communities where some seem ready to give up entirely on the age-old art of persuasion. How did we get so divided? And where do we go from here? This panel was moderated by Heath Carter, associate professor of American Christianity at Princeton Seminary, featuring panelists Jane Coaston, columnist for The New York Times and host of The Argument; Peter Meijer, Republican congressman representing Michigan’s 3rd district since 2021; and Symone D. Sanders-Townsend, former chief spokesperson for the Vice President of the United States.
11/11/20221 hour, 33 minutes, 20 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Acts 9:10-19 | November 3, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Acts 9:10-19 This follows the story of the conversion of Saul with the story of the conversion of the church, which was hiding in fear of Saul the persecutor. It was time for the church to stop living in fear and reach out in ministry to thing that made it most afraid. Hiding is a sin, and some have suggested that since the time of Adam and Even we hide in order to sin and separate ourselves from God. To whom do you need to reach out and say, “Brother Saul’?
11/9/202217 minutes, 27 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Acts 9:1-9 | October 27, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Acts 9:1-9 This is the story of the conversion of Saul, who was so certain that he knew God and was engaged in a righteous mission before Jesus was revealed to him. So he was wrong about God. We are not able to serve the mission of Christ until we acknowledge that is more to God than we know. This discovery is so overwhelming that it changes everything. We might as well get a new name, as Paul did.
10/31/202214 minutes, 12 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 4:27-30, 39-42 | September 29, 2022

Seminary Chapel Jesus and Our Insatiable Thirst The purpose of this brief series of homilies on the Woman at the Well is to help us move beyond thinking about Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman who had a difficult time with relationships, to consider our own deep thirst for something more. This is striking because we’re supposed to know the Jesus is the living water, and yet we continue to search for something more… Scripture: John 4:27-30, 39-42 The way John writes the gospel, “Just then” the disciples return to encounter this amazingly profound declaration about Jesus as the Messiah, and their response is to be concerned that he is talking to a woman. (??!!??) Like the worship wars this preoccupation with social norms helps us stay distracted from God’s argument with us – that we keep trying to satisfy our thirst with things other than the Messiah who knows us. The core of the woman’s testimony to Jesus' messianic status was that he told her everything she had done. We can only be saved by the only one who really knows us and is dying to love us.
10/3/202214 minutes, 36 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 4:19-26 | September 22, 2022

Seminary Chapel Jesus and Our Insatiable Thirst The purpose of this brief series of homilies on the Woman at the Well is to help us move beyond thinking about Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman who had a difficult time with relationships, to consider our own deep thirst for something more. This is striking because we’re supposed to know the Jesus is the living water, and yet we continue to search for something more… Scripture: John 4:19-26 When Jesus gets too close to the thirsty woman’s soul, she quickly changes the subject by bringing up what is the equivalent of the ancient worship wars. Jesus stays with this distraction and uses it as an opportunity to provide profound theology about worshiping in spirit and truth. And then returns to presenting himself as Messiah. Worshiping in spirit and truth can only be understood in the context of living water for our insatiable thirst.
9/26/202215 minutes, 34 seconds
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Opening Convocation Service for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

August 31, 2022 | Seminary Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary Address: "A Word to the Wise" Scripture Readings: Wisdom, 9:1-11 Luke 12:22-34 Convocation Speaker: Dr. Elaine James, associate professor of Old Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
9/15/20221 hour, 8 minutes, 35 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 4:1-6 | September 8, 2022

Seminary Chapel Jesus and Our Insatiable Thirst The purpose of this brief series of homilies on the Woman at the Well is to help us move beyond thinking about Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman who had a difficult time with relationships, to consider our own deep thirst for something more. This is striking because we’re supposed to know the Jesus is the living water, and yet we continue to search for something more… Scripture: John 4:1-6 It is striking that Jesus leaves Judea and heads to Galilee because the word is out that he is responsible for more baptisms than John the Baptist. Most of us don’t leave our work because we are just too successful at it. But Jesus refused to allow others to set his mission. (See vs. 34.) It is also striking that on the way back to Galilee he “had to” pass through Samaria, where the righteous Jews avoided going. But going to the unrighteous is the work of the Righteous One. It is also striking that Jesus stops at a well because he is tired. Can the Savior get tired?
9/13/202211 minutes, 17 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Joshua 4:1-7 | September 1, 2022 | Opening Communion

Seminary Chapel | Opening Communion, Fall 2022 Scripture: Joshua 4:1-7 Homily: “Remembering to Move Ahead” God told Joshua to create a monument of twelve stones taken from the Jordon River crossing to give the people a memory of God’s faithfulness. But the people had just entered the Promised Land, and all of the challenges of moving into it still lay ahead. At the beginning of a new academic year we remember this is not the beginning of God’s faithfulness. We cannot find the courage to take on the challenges of today or tomorrow without sacred memories of the holy grace that has brought us this far.
9/7/202218 minutes, 11 seconds
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Friday Convocation | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 17, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching "No Weapon Formed; The Gospel According to Black Lives Matter" Speaker: Dr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt University Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202257 minutes, 5 seconds
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Closing Worship | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 16, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching Closing Worship: "A Name Only the Brave Can Say" Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, California Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202241 minutes, 20 seconds
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Thursday Convocation | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 16, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching "Deliver Us from Evil; AKA Undoing What Evil Has Done" Speaker: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt University Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/20221 hour, 2 minutes, 54 seconds
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Monday Worship | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 13, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching "Ransomed and Disinherited" Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, California Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202249 minutes, 58 seconds
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Wednesday Convocation | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 15, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching "The Gospel Hidden in Plain Sight; The Gospel According to Womanism" Speaker: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt University Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202258 minutes, 38 seconds
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Opening Worship | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 12, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching Opening worship, "Becoming Foreign-Born Christians" Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, California Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202249 minutes, 30 seconds
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Tuesday Convocation | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 14, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching "A New Religious Ideal; The Gospel According to W.E.B. DuBois" Speaker: Dr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt University Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202257 minutes, 44 seconds
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Tuesday Worship | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 14, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching "Speaking Truth to Power" Preacher: Rev. Dr. Janette Ok, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Seminary; pastor, Ekko Church in Fullerton, California Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202250 minutes, 50 seconds
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Monday Convocation | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching

June 13, 2022 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching "Telling the Gospel Truth; Popular Culture, Political Theology, and Public Witness" Speakers: Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society, Vanderbilt University Dr. Juan Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of African American religious history, Vanderbilt University Learn more about The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching at https://engle.ptsem.edu/.
8/5/202253 minutes, 13 seconds
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Closing Worship | The Forum on Youth Ministry

May 5, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry Closing Worship Preacher: Rev. Dr. LeQuita Porter, project director for The Isaiah Project, Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.
7/20/202234 minutes, 4 seconds
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Wendy Puffer and Amanda Drury | The Forum on Youth Ministry

May 5, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture Lecture: “Under Construction” Lecturers: Wendy Puffer, owner and chief design officer, Marion Design Co. Amanda Drury, professor, Indiana Wesleyan University Learn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.
7/20/202248 minutes, 55 seconds
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Nathan Stucky | The Forum on Youth Ministry

May 4, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture Lecture: “Faith in an Exhausted World” Lecturer: Dr. Nathan Stucky, director of the Farminary Project, Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.
7/20/202256 minutes, 58 seconds
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Worship | The Forum on Youth Ministry

May 4, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry Worship Preacher: Rev. Dr. Lamar Hardwick, lead pastor, Tri-Cities Church Learn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.
7/20/202232 minutes, 21 seconds
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Georgette Ledgister | The Forum on Youth Ministry

May 3, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry, The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture Lecture: "A Lesson from Mother: An African Indigenous Approach to Diversity, Community, and Conflict" Lecturer: Dr. Georgette Ledgister, research associate and visiting instructor, Harvard Divinity School; senior director of diversity, inclusion, and belonging, Universal Music Group Learn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.
7/20/20221 hour, 5 minutes, 2 seconds
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Opening Worship | The Forum on Youth Ministry

May 3, 2022 | The Forum on Youth Ministry Opening Worship Preacher: Rev. Abigail Visco Rusert, director of the Institute for Youth Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Institute for Youth Ministry at https://iym.ptsem.edu/.
7/20/202244 minutes, 55 seconds
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Closing Worship and Communion | Reunion 2022

May 25, 2022 | Reunion 2022 Session: Closing Worship and Communion Sermon: "Speechless” Scripture: Romans 8:22-27 Speaker: Rev. Shéree Jones, MDiv '10, founder of Thrive Time, LLC. To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
7/13/20221 hour, 5 minutes, 21 seconds
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"This Is My Story" | Reunion 2022

May 25, 2022 | Reunion 2022 "This Is My Story" Meet Princeton Seminary faculty members and hear their stories. To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
7/13/202234 minutes, 20 seconds
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Engle Organ Concert | Reunion 2022

May 24, 2022 | Reunion 2022 The Joe R. Engle Organ Concert Organist: Ilona Kubiaczyk-Adler
7/13/20221 hour, 9 minutes, 25 seconds
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Service of Remembrance and Celebration | Reunion 2022

May 24, 2022 | Reunion 2022 Session: Service of Remembrance and Celebration for Reunion 2022 Speaker: Victor Aloyo, Jr., associate dean of institutional diversity and community engagement, Princeton Theological Seminary To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
7/13/202258 minutes, 45 seconds
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Keynote Lecture with Kate Bowler | Reunion 2022

May 24, 2022 | Reunion 2022 Session: Keynote Lecture, “The Perfectibility Paradigm” Speaker: Kate Bowler, PhD, associate professor of the history of Christianity in North America, Duke Divinity School This lecture is made possible by the Edwin H. Rian Alumni lectureship. To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
7/13/202243 minutes, 18 seconds
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Opening Worship with President Craig Barnes | Reunion 2022

May 23, 2022 | Reunion 2022 Session: Welcome and Opening Worship for Reunion 2022 Speaker: M. Craig Barnes, president, Princeton Theological Seminary To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
7/13/202257 minutes, 57 seconds
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Dr. Dana Robert | Gerald H. Anderson Lecture

June 9, 2022 | Wright Library Gerald H. Anderson Lecture Speaker: Dr. Dana Robert, Truman Collins Professor of World Christianity and History of Mission and director of the Center for Global Christianity and Mission at Boston University Learn more about the Overseas Ministries Study Center at https://omsc.ptsem.edu/.
7/7/202258 minutes, 46 seconds
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2022 Commencement Address by President Barnes

May 28, 2022 | Princeton University Chapel President Barnes delivers the 210th commencement address at the 2022 commencement ceremony.
6/13/202215 minutes, 33 seconds
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2022 Commencement Ceremony

May 28, 2022 | Princeton University Chapel 210th Princeton Theological Seminary Commencement Exercises
6/1/20221 hour, 59 minutes, 58 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Mark 16:1-8 | April 21, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Mark 16:1-8 The shorter, and probably original, ending of Mark concludes with the women fleeing from the tomb, “for terror and amazement had seized them.” What kind of ending is this to a gospel? It bothered the early church so much they added longer endings to it. But what if the Gospel is supposed to be unfinished? What if it is up to us to do that with our belief in the words of the angel who said the risen Jesus has gone on ahead of us?
4/22/202214 minutes, 11 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 22:24-30 | April 14, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Luke 22:24-30 After Jesus gives his disciples the bread and cup as a means of communing with him, an argument breaks out among them about who is the greatest. We think we would never have such an argument, but we have merely found spiritual ways of pressing our greatness. Today Jesus reminds us that he is the one who serves. We commune with Jesus also as servants.
4/14/202213 minutes, 16 seconds
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Dr. Ryan LaMothe | Frederick Neumann Memorial Lecture

April 7, 2022 | Wright Library Theron Room Frederick Neumann Memorial Lecture: “Dwelling, Sovereignty, and Theology in the Anthropocene Age: A Proposal” Lecturer: Dr. Ryan LaMothe, professor of pastoral care and counseling, Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology
4/11/202238 minutes, 53 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 4:8-11 | April 7, 2022

Seminary Chapel The Temptation to be Less Than Human This is a three-week Lenten series of homilies on the temptation of Christ. It is significant that all three of these temptations came immediately after Jesus’ baptism, where he identified with us, and heaven declared that he was “the Beloved, with whom God is well pleased.” As the Son of Humanity, Jesus’ temptations depict the essence of our temptations. All of them make us question if we are truly the beloved of God. Scripture: Matthew 4:8-11 “The Temptation to Make a Deal with the Devil” It is striking that the devil doesn’t tempt Jesus with things like health or riches. He tempts him with the kingdoms of the world, which is exactly what the Son of God came to redeem. The greatest temptations are not about ends but means. We are told we can accomplish even our spiritual goals if we just make a deal with the devil.
4/8/202213 minutes, 41 seconds
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Dr. Friederike Nüssel | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures 2022 | Lecture Six

March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture Six: The Spirit of freedom and the human Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University
4/1/202251 minutes, 42 seconds
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Dr. Friederike Nüssel | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures 2022 | Lecture Five

March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture Five: The reconciling Spirit as the medium of presence Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University
4/1/202255 minutes, 35 seconds
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Dr. Friederike Nüssel | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures 2022 | Lecture Four

March 30, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture Four: The redeeming Spirit as the gift of recognition Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University
4/1/202256 minutes, 34 seconds
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Dr. Friederike Nüssel | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures 2022 | Lecture Three

March 29, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture Three: The creating Spirit as the power of diversity Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University
4/1/202252 minutes, 10 seconds
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Dr. Friederike Nüssel | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures 2022 | Lecture Two

March 29, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture Two: “God is Spirit” – Narrating God’s revelation as Spirit Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University
4/1/202250 minutes, 29 seconds
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Dr. Friederike Nüssel | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures 2022 | Lecture One

March 28, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture One: Rethinking developments in pneumatology Lecturer: Dr. Friederike Nüssel, professor of systematic theology and director of the Ecumenical Institute at Heidelberg University; director of Marsilius-Kolleg (Institute for Interdisciplinary Inquiry) at Heidelberg University
4/1/202256 minutes, 32 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 4:5-7 | March 31, 2022

Seminary Chapel The Temptation to be Less Than Human This is a three-week Lenten series of homilies on the temptation of Christ. It is significant that all three of these temptations came immediately after Jesus’ baptism, where he identified with us, and heaven declared that he was “the Beloved, with whom God is well pleased.” As the Son of Humanity, Jesus’ temptations depict the essence of our temptations. All of them make us question if we are truly the beloved of God. Scripture: Matthew 4:5-7 “The Temptation to be Certain” The devil uses scripture to tempt Jesus to jump from a high peak in order to make God send angels to rescue him, and prove that he was the beloved. Certainty doesn’t make us have faith. To the contrary, it makes no room for faith. And we can only enjoy the love of God by faith.
4/1/202216 minutes
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 4:1-4 | March 24, 2022

Seminary Chapel The Temptation to be Less Than Human This is a three-week Lenten series of homilies on the temptation of Christ. It is significant that all three of these temptations came immediately after Jesus’ baptism, where he identified with us, and heaven declared that he was “the Beloved, with whom God is well pleased.” As the Son of Humanity, Jesus’ temptations depict the essence of our temptations. All of them make us question if we are truly the beloved of God. Scripture: Matthew 4:1-4 “The Temptation to be Full” We were created hungry, and every morning we wake up to confront appetite again. We hunger not just for food but for greater intimacy, meaning, security, peace, hope, and the list goes on. Hunger confronts us with a choice. Will we make it our god?
3/25/202213 minutes, 31 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 9:57-62 | March 3, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Luke 9:57-62 Jesus is a rough recruiter. Three people offer to follow Jesus, and he cautions each of them about the high cost of following him. Jesus is moving ahead, and to follow him inevitably means leaving something cherished behind. But we cannot make it to a new future without traveling lightly. So learning to surrender is one of our most critical spiritual disciplines.
3/4/202212 minutes, 14 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Jeremiah 29:4-11 | February 24, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Jeremiah 29:4-11 The prophet tells the exiles not to be anxious about how long their detour in Babylon would last. Instead, they were called to seek the welfare of the city where they were, which meant settling in, building houses, planting gardens, and raising families. We can only do that if we believe in God’s promise of “a future filled with hope.”
2/25/202212 minutes, 48 seconds
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture | Dr. Dwight N. Hopkins

February 17, 2022 | Seminary Chapel Lecture: "Faith and Wealth: Black Liberation Theology & Martin Luther King, Jr." Speaker: Dr. Dwight N. Hopkins, the Alexander Campbell Professor at the University of Chicago
2/23/202248 minutes, 44 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Mark 5:25-34 | February 17, 2022

Seminary Chapel Scripture: Mark 5:25-34 A woman in need of healing interrupts Jesus as he is on his way to heal the daughter of Jairus who is a ruler of the synagogue. A great crowd was following Jesus to see him heal the ruler’s daughter who is “at the point of death.” But Jesus refuses to hurry, and stops the parade to deal with the concerns of a woman with a chronic condition. Jesus never hurries. That frustrates us when we are anxious, like Jairus and the crowd. But it is the hope of those lost in the crowd.
2/18/202216 minutes, 37 seconds
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Dr. Jay-Paul M. Hinds | Spring 2022 Opening Communion

January 31, 2022 | Seminary Chapel Sermon: "The Integrity of Gethsemane" Scripture reading: Matthew 26: 38-39 Dr. Jay-Paul M. Hinds reflects on integrity, wholeness, and the human struggle of giving up our will to serve God’s will in the opening communion service for the 2022 spring semester. Preacher: Dr. Jay-Paul M. Hinds, assistant professor of pastoral theology
2/7/202212 minutes, 47 seconds
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Dr. David Chao | Opening Remarks | 2022 Mental Health and Asian Americans Conference

January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders The newly expanded Center for Asian American Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary comes at a critical time in the life of Asian America. Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial-ethnic demographic in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the persistence of anti-Asian racism. Moreover, minority and immigrant churches are poised to transform the face of Christianity in the United States in the next few decades. The Center for Asian American Christianity seeks to equip and empower the next generation of Asian American leaders for service in church, society, and academy. Speaker: Dr. David Chao, director, Center for Asian American Christianity Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
2/3/202213 minutes, 17 seconds
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Dr. Russell Jeung | Lecture | 2022 Mental Health and Asian Americans Conference

January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders Plenary Lecture: "Stop AAPI Hate and Racial Trauma" Dr. Jeung’s talk discusses the collective racial trauma that our communities are facing during COVID-19, its historic precedence, and indigenous approaches toward healing. Speaker: Dr. Russell Jeung, professor of Asian American studies, San Francisco State University The newly expanded Center for Asian American Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary comes at a critical time in the life of Asian America. Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial-ethnic demographic in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the persistence of anti-Asian racism. Moreover, minority and immigrant churches are poised to transform the face of Christianity in the United States in the next few decades. The Center for Asian American Christianity seeks to equip and empower the next generation of Asian American leaders for service in church, society, and academy. Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
2/3/202259 minutes, 5 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Jin Lee | Workshop | 2022 Mental Health and Asian Americans Workshop

January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders Workshop: "Mental Health And Spirituality Know The Difference And Help Accordingly" Rev. Dr. Lee's workshop is designed to help church leaders better discern and process common psychological and relational challenges they may face in the church. We discuss how to distinguish between mental health and spiritually related problems and learn how to increase collaboration with local Christian mental health professionals when appropriate. Speaker: Rev. Dr. Jin Lee, private practitioner, The Living Counsel Ltd.; vice president, Korean American Wellness Association The newly expanded Center for Asian American Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary comes at a critical time in the life of Asian America. Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial-ethnic demographic in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the persistence of anti-Asian racism. Moreover, minority and immigrant churches are poised to transform the face of Christianity in the United States in the next few decades. The Center for Asian American Christianity seeks to equip and empower the next generation of Asian American leaders for service in church, society, and academy. Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
2/3/202257 minutes, 42 seconds
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Dr. Joel Jin | Workshop | 2022 Mental Health and Asian Americans Conference

January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders Workshop: "Pastoring a Congregation of Whole People, Not Perfect People" Asian American Christians can struggle with the experience of not feeling good enough. They perceive a gap between where they ideally ought to be and where they actually are. Across their personal, professional, and even spiritual lives, there is a tendency to expect perfection yet fall short of it. In turn, we might present ourselves as perfect, never offering ourselves the opportunity for care and healing. Although setting standards for ourselves is healthy, we are burdened when we feel like we constantly fall short of them. Dr. Jin’s workshop equips church leaders to support Asian American Christians in becoming more whole people, not perfect people. We learn about different types of perfectionism and how this applies to Asian American Christians. We discuss practical strategies from the pulpit to pastoral counseling. Speaker: Dr. Joel Jin, assistant professor of clinical psychology, Seattle Pacific University The newly expanded Center for Asian American Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary comes at a critical time in the life of Asian America. Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial-ethnic demographic in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the persistence of anti-Asian racism. Moreover, minority and immigrant churches are poised to transform the face of Christianity in the United States in the next few decades. The Center for Asian American Christianity seeks to equip and empower the next generation of Asian American leaders for service in church, society, and academy. Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
2/3/202252 minutes, 48 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Eunbee Ham | Workshop | 2022 Mental Health and Asian Americans Conference

January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders Workshop: "Growing Together: Cultivating Healthy Communities Through Conflict Resolution" Conflict can be a healthy and essential part of community growth, but it takes time, training, and practice to handle conflict in ways that help deepen interpersonal empathy and understanding. Particularly during the pandemic when stress levels are high, divisions are rampant, and emotional coping skills are strained, conflicts can have a huge impact on our mental health and quality of life. In this workshop, Rev. Dr. Eunbee Ham draws on her training as a Marriage and Family Therapist and pastoral experience navigating conflict from an antiracist lens to help participants identify successful conflict resolution tools and skills, cultivate antiracist values intentionally in conflict resolution processes, and practice ways to utilize conflict resolution skills in real life situations. Speaker: Rev. Dr. Eunbee Ham, pastor, Davis Community Church The newly expanded Center for Asian American Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary comes at a critical time in the life of Asian America. Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial-ethnic demographic in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the persistence of anti-Asian racism. Moreover, minority and immigrant churches are poised to transform the face of Christianity in the United States in the next few decades. The Center for Asian American Christianity seeks to equip and empower the next generation of Asian American leaders for service in church, society, and academy. Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
2/3/20221 hour, 16 seconds
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Dr. Samuel Kim | Workshop | 2022 Mental Health and Asian Americans Conference

January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith Leaders Workshop: "Active Listening Skills for Congregational Change" In this workshop, attendees learn how to put in practice active listening skills that will allow them to be empathetic change-makers. These practical listening skills will allow ministry leaders to effect change within their congregations. Speaker: Dr. Samuel Kim, assistant professor of school psychology, University of Denver The newly expanded Center for Asian American Christianity at Princeton Theological Seminary comes at a critical time in the life of Asian America. Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial-ethnic demographic in the United States. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed the persistence of anti-Asian racism. Moreover, minority and immigrant churches are poised to transform the face of Christianity in the United States in the next few decades. The Center for Asian American Christianity seeks to equip and empower the next generation of Asian American leaders for service in church, society, and academy. Learn more about the Center for Asian American Christianity at https://www.ptsem.edu/academics/center-for-asian-american-christianity. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
2/3/202253 minutes, 13 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Luke 15:25-32 | November 18, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Luke 15:25-32 … we had to celebrate and rejoice The parable ends with an invitation for the elder brother to join in the celebration and joy, but we don’t know if he finally chose to repent of his sense of righteous anger and do that. So, it is left to the current, self-righteous, elder siblings to complete the story. Ironically, we pride ourselves on the carefulness of our choices, but in in the end the only choice that matters is entering into the joyful fellowship that is built only upon God’s choice to be merciful.
12/20/202113 minutes, 32 seconds
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Carols of Many Nations 2021

December 8, 2021 | Miller Chapel The Carols of Many Nations service includes readings, choral anthems, and congregational carols led by the Princeton Seminary Choir and international students and staff of the Seminary. Text for readings and songs in other languages can be found in the Carols of Many Nations program. Visit ptsem.edu/carolsprogram to view the program.
12/20/202159 minutes, 55 seconds
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Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes | The Students’ Lecture on Missions, Lecture Three

October 26, 2021 | The 2021 Students’ Lecture on Missions series Lecture series: “Fully Into the Present: Inventory, Metamorphosis, and Emergenc(i)es.” Lecture three: “Emergencies” Lecturer: Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes, associate professor of worship, Union Theological Seminary
11/17/20211 hour, 2 minutes, 6 seconds
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Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes | The Students’ Lecture on Missions, Lecture Two

October 26, 2021 | The 2021 Students’ Lecture on Missions series Lecture series: “Fully Into the Present: Inventory, Metamorphosis, and Emergenc(i)es.” Lecture two: “Metamorphosis” Lecturer: Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes, associate professor of worship, Union Theological Seminary
11/17/20211 hour, 9 minutes, 10 seconds
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Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes | The Students’ Lecture on Missions, Lecture One

October 25, 2021 | The 2021 Students’ Lecture on Missions series Lecture series: “Fully Into the Present: Inventory, Metamorphosis, and Emergenc(i)es.” Lecture one: "Inventory" Lecturer: Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes, associate professor of worship, Union Theological Seminary
11/17/202152 minutes, 42 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Luke 15:25-32 | November 11, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Luke 15:25-32 … you are always with me, and all that is mine is yours The Apostle Paul said we have already received every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places. But we keep trying to earn a blessing, which can only be given. If there is a measure to spirituality, it is gratitude because only the grateful are paying attention to the two-handed giving of God. And only those who know they are blessed can be a blessing.
11/12/202113 minutes, 5 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Luke 15:25-32 | November 4, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Luke 15:25-32 … I have worked for you like a slave We try to save ourselves with hard work and responsible choices, but that enslaves us to being our own taskmasters. And we are merciless taskmasters. There is no justice in the father’s mercy to the prodigal, which makes the elder brother a little crazy. But devoting your life to getting what you deserve only leads to anxiety. And that is why the righteous also need salvation.
11/8/202115 minutes, 44 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 15:25-32 | October 28, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Luke 15:25-32 Now his elder son was in the field… In the church, the elder siblings are those who are hardworking, careful to follow the rules, and who never ran away from God. So the “I once was lost, but now am found” message is a stretch for them. But the point of the parable is not be the one who was right and careful. The point is to get into the outstretched arms of the parent and enter the celebration.
11/8/202112 minutes, 28 seconds
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Dr. John Bowlin | Inaugural Lecture

October 14, 2021 | Inaugural Lecture Lecture: “Jesus and Dogs, or How to Command a Friend” Lecturer: Dr. John Bowlin, Robert L. Stuart Professor of Philosophy and Christian Ethics, Princeton Theological Seminary
10/22/202157 minutes, 33 seconds
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Dr. Lisa Bowens | Theodore Sedgwick Wright Library Dedication Service Keynote Remarks

October 13, 2021 | Theodore Sedgwick Wright Library Theodore Sedgwick Wright Library Dedication Service Keynote Remarks Speaker: Dr. Lisa Bowens, associate professor of New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary
10/22/20216 minutes, 6 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Numbers 35:9-15 | September 23, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Numbers 35: 9-15 … you shall select cities to be cities of refuge. Before the Hebrews crossed the Jordan River, the Lord told them to select six cities that will be places of refuge for fugitives who are on the run. Christian community is also called to be a place of refuge for those who are on the run. And we are all running all the time. But community invites us to rest in safety.
9/24/202110 minutes, 53 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Numbers 11:4-6, 13-20 | September 16, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Numbers 11:4-6, 13-20 The rabble were on the journey with the Hebrews through the wilderness, but they didn’t believe in the journey, the leadership, or the dream of a Promised Land. That’s because they also didn’t believe in God. So their tolerance for hardship was low and their capacity for complaint was high. But the most dangerous rabble are the voices of disbelief within our own hearts.
9/17/202111 minutes, 36 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Numbers 9:15-17 | September 9, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Numbers 9:15-17 The point of being in the wilderness is not really to make progress, but to learn to walk by faith. So God led the Hebrews in a cloud. It feels like the world has been in the wilderness through the long pandemic journey. And now the often-repeated questions are, “What did we learn?” How are we different?” These questions are looking for progress on the journey. Maybe the better question is, “Did we learn to trust?”
9/10/202113 minutes, 3 seconds
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Dr. Sally Brown | Opening Convocation Address for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

September 1, 2021 | Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary Address: “For Mercy’s Sake: Becoming Agents of Redemptive Provocation” Scripture Readings: Isaiah 65:17-25 and Mark 3:1-6 Speaker: Dr. Sally Brown, Elizabeth M. Engle Professor of Preaching and Worship, Princeton Theological Seminary
9/9/202130 minutes, 12 seconds
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Dr. Melissa Borja | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "Virulent Hate: Stories of Anti Asian Racism and Asian American Resistance During COVID-19" Speaker: Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202130 minutes, 39 seconds
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Dr. Jerry Park | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "Asian American Churches in the 21st Century: A New Agenda in the Social Scientific Study of Religion" Speakers: Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Jerry Park, Associate Professor of Sociology and Affiliate Fellow of Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, Baylor University Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202145 minutes, 50 seconds
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Dr. Geomon George | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "Living in the Promised Land: Impact of BLM Movement on the Indian American Christians Living In NYC" Speaker: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New York Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202125 minutes, 34 seconds
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Panel Discussion on Field Work and Pastoral Practice | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Panel: Field Work and Pastoral Practice Speakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New York Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor University Dr. Easten Law, Associate Director of Academic Programs, Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Gillian Chu, PhD Candidate in the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics at St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews Dr. Jane Hong, Associate Professor of History, Occidental College Dr. Jerry Park, Associate Professor of Sociology and Affiliate Fellow of Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, Baylor University Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202156 minutes, 39 seconds
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Gillian Chu, Drs. Jonathan Tran, Easten Law, Geomon George | Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Panel: Saturday Morning Speakers and Questions from the Audience Speakers: Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor University Dr. Easten Law, Assistant Director of Academic Programs, Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New York Gillian Chu, PhD Candidate in the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics at St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202158 minutes, 13 seconds
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Dr. Melissa Borja | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Workshop Skills Training: “We Need to Talk: Religious Communities and Courageous Communication About Faith and Justice” Speaker: Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202128 minutes, 49 seconds
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Drs. David Chao, Jerry Park, Jane Hong, Melissa Borja | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Panel Discussion: Friday Morning Speakers and Questions from the Audience Speakers: Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Jerry Park, Associate Professor of Sociology and Affiliate Fellow of Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, Baylor University Dr. Jane Hong, Associate Professor of History, Occidental College Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202155 minutes, 27 seconds
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Panel Discussion on Best Practices for Doing Field Work | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Panel: Best Practices for Doing Field Work Speakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New York Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor University Dr. Easten Law, Assistant Director of Academic Programs, Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Gillian Chu, PhD Candidate in the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics at St. Mary's College at the University of St. Andrews Dr. Jane Hong, Associate Professor of History, Occidental College Dr. Jerry Park, Associate Professor of Sociology and Affiliate Fellow of Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, Baylor University Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202142 minutes, 44 seconds
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Dr. Jane Hong | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "The Asian American Movement and the Church" Speaker: Dr. Jane Hong, Associate Professor of History, Occidental College Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202129 minutes, 33 seconds
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Closing Panel Discussion | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Panel: Closing Discussion Speakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New York Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor University Dr. Easten Law, Assistant Director of Academic Programs, Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Gillian Chu, PhD Candidate in the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics at St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews Dr. Jane Hong, Associate Professor of History, Occidental College Dr. Jerry Park, Associate Professor of Sociology and Affiliate Fellow of Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, Baylor University Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202126 minutes, 8 seconds
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Dr. Jonathan Tran | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "Ethnography at the Ruins of Asian America" Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor University Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202129 minutes, 4 seconds
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Dr. Jonathan Tran, President Craig Barnes | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Fireside Chat with Jonathan Tran and Craig Barnes About Race, the Church, and Asian America Speakers: Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor University Dr. Craig Barnes, President, Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202153 minutes, 51 seconds
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Dr. Easten Law | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "Living Faith Between Kingdoms and Empires: Pondering the Trans-Pacific Politics of Chinese/American Theologizing" Speaker: Dr. Easten Law, Assistant Director of Academic Programs, Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202144 minutes, 14 seconds
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Rev. Choimorrow, Drs. Kwong and Borja | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Roundtable: "Conversation on Faith, Community Organizing, and Asian American Churches" Speakers: Rev. Sung Yeon Choimorrow, Executive Director, The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum Dr. Lucas Kwong, Assistant Professor of English, New York City College of Technology Dr. Melissa Borja, Assistant Professor of American Culture and core faculty member in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program, University of Michigan Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202157 minutes, 10 seconds
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Gillian Chu | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference

April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific Context Lecture: "A Hong Kong Ethnography in the Time of COVID-19: Analyzing Primary Qualitative Data in a Transpacific Context" Speaker: Gillian Chu, PhD Candidate in the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics at St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews Learn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/asian-american-program/overview. To view the conference blog, visit https://ltiaa.com/blog/.
6/7/202128 minutes, 14 seconds
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Closing Worship with Rev. Bianca Howard | Reunion 2021

May 12, 2021 | Reunion 2021 Session: Closing Worship Speaker: Rev. Bianca Howard, children and youth pastor at Zion Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia; past chair, Princeton Theological Seminary’s Alumni Association Executive Council To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
6/3/202149 minutes, 21 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Jung-Sook Lee | Reunion 2021

May 10, 2021 | Reunion 2021 Session: Distinguished Alumnae Award and Presentation Speaker: Rev. Dr. Jung-Sook Lee, fifth president and church history professor, Torch Trinity Graduate University in Seoul, Korea; vice-chairperson, Asia Theological Association; presidium member, International Congress for Calvin Research To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
6/3/202122 minutes, 3 seconds
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Drs. Heath Carter, Jay-Paul Hinds, Lisa Bowens | Reunion 2021

May 12, 2021 | Reunion 2021 Session: This Is My Story Speakers: Dr. Heath Carter, associate professor of American Christianity, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Jay-Paul Hinds, assistant professor of pastoral theology, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Lisa Bowens, associate professor of New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
6/3/202157 minutes, 40 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III | Reunion 2021

May 11, 2021 | Reunion 2021 Session: Keynote Lecture Speaker: Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, senior pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Illinois To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
6/3/202130 minutes, 58 seconds
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Rev. Ryan Landino | Reunion 2021

May 12, 2021 | Reunion 2021 Lecture: "Me and White Supremacy: Camera Angles, Questions, and Personal Awakenings" Speaker: Rev. Ryan Landino, lead presbyter for transformation, Great Rivers Presbytery PC(USA) in western and central Illinois; Alumni Association Executive Council Service Award Recipient To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
6/3/202130 minutes, 42 seconds
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Rev. Najla Kassab | Reunion 2021

May 11, 2021 | Reunion 2021 Session: Distinguished Alumnae Award and Presentation Speaker: Rev. Najla Kassab, president, World Communion of Reformed Churches; ordained minister, the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
6/3/202122 minutes, 34 seconds
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Opening Worship with President Craig Barnes | Reunion 2021

May 10, 2021 | Reunion 2021 Session: Welcome and Opening Worship for Reunion 2021 Speaker: M. Craig Barnes, president, Princeton Theological Seminary To view the reunion website, visit https://https://reunion.ptsem.edu/.
6/3/202151 minutes, 7 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 13:1-14 | April 1, 2021

Miller Chapel Maundy Thursday John 13:1-14 So if I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. 13:14 It is not a reassuring or comforting image to find our Lord and Teacher, who we worship, washing the dirt off of our feet. It disturbs our notions of holiness. But it also transforms them. We find holiness by reaching up but by reaching down. As disciples of a foot washer, we are never more than foot washer trainees.
4/2/202111 minutes, 56 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 24: 32-35 | March 25, 2021

Miller Chapel Lenten Series on the Road to Emmaus Scripture: Luke 24:32-35 Were not our hearts burning within us? 24:32 Renewed in the vision that the risen Christ was with them, the disciples are filled with passion and reverse their direction to return to Jerusalem. That which they had fled in discouragement now becomes their place of mission. A time comes to turn, or repent, from discouragement.
4/1/20218 minutes, 41 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 24: 28-31 | March 18, 2021

Miller Chapel Lenten Series on the Road to Emmaus Scripture: Luke 24: 28-31 Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him; and he vanished from their sight. 24:31 The unseen visible presence of the Lord became the seen invisible presence. Faith is a way of seeing the Christ who has been with us before we recognized him. This transformation came to the disciples through the ordinary breaking of bread. All of life can be sacramental if we have eyes to see the holiness in it.
3/22/20217 minutes, 41 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 24:25-27 | March 11, 2021

Miller Chapel Lenten Series on the Road to Emmaus Scripture: Luke 24:25-27 Oh how foolish you are, and how slow of heart to believe… 24:25 The risen Jesus has to interpret the scriptures these disciples knew but did not believe. In a theological community it is easy to confuse knowing about Jesus with knowing him. The scriptures as the Word of God are meant to open our eyes to the living Word who walks with us even in our deep disappointments.
3/15/20218 minutes, 58 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 24:22-24 | February 25, 2021

Miller Chapel Lenten Series on the Road to Emmaus Scripture: Luke 24:22-24 …some women from our group astounded us. 24:22 The discouraged disciples only had the testimony of the women who heard from angels that Jesus was alive. But apparently that was not enough because we are told these disciples were "sad" and walking away from their dreams for what Jesus could do. We too only have the testimony of those who were a part of the Easter story. That’s not certainty. And that is what makes room for faith. Certainty is just one more thing to give up for Lent.
2/26/20219 minutes, 34 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 24:13-21 | February 18, 2021

Miller Chapel Lenten Series on the Road to Emmaus Scripture: Luke 24:13-21 But we had hoped he was the one to redeem Israel 24:21 Cleopas and another disciple are on the road out of Jerusalem after the crucifixion of Jesus. They’re trying to walk away from their disappointments. Along the way “a stranger” joins them on the journey. We can’t really walk away from Jesus even when he disappoints us.
2/19/202111 minutes, 18 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on 1 Corinthians 10:23-30 | February 4, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:23-30 All things are lawful, but not all things build up. 10:23 We are created to live with both desire and discontent. There is nothing unholy about either one. In fact, nothing good is accomplished without them. But they are powerful drives within us, and the challenge is not be consumed by them, which hurts us and the community around us. We worship in order to get desire and discontent tuned.
2/5/202112 minutes, 57 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Philippians 4:4-7 | January 19, 2021

Miller Chapel Scripture: Philippians 4:4-7 Let your gentleness be known to everyone. 4:5 At a time of transition into the new semester, and transition into new national leadership, it is good to consider again what kind of people we want to be. Among the last words of the Apostle Paul to the church was the call to be known for its gentleness. Is that the reputation of the church or our seminary? Is it how people would describe you?
1/21/20219 minutes, 51 seconds
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Electoral Aftermath: Can We Still Begin Again?

November 16, 2020 | Zoom Speaker: Eddie S. Glaude Jr., author of Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own; James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and chair of the Department of African American Studies, Princeton University Moderator: Keri Day, associate professor of constructive theology and African American religion, Princeton Theological Seminary
12/15/20201 hour, 23 minutes, 4 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 1:39-45

December 3, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Luke 1:39-45 Elizabeth was too old to be a mother. Mary was too young. But the Holy Spirit interrupted the socially conditioned expectations for their lives. And the first person each wanted to find was the other. This may be the first Christian community — two women whose lives were changed by hope when it came too late and too soon. John leaped up in Elizabeth’s womb when Mary approach with the Christ child already forming in her womb. Whenever we come together as the interrupted community, something still leaps up as Christ approaches.
12/4/20209 minutes, 2 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Mark 8:22-26

November 19, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Mark 8:22-26 This is the only account in the four gospels when Jesus has to touch someone twice in order to provide healing. Why was this second touch necessary? Clearly not because Jesus, who raised the dead, had to try harder. All of the healings in the gospels were not about the healings, but they were signs. This healing of the blind man is a sign that we need more grace than we have already received in order to see clearly. It doesn’t matter how much you have learned or experienced, there is more to the grace of Jesus than you have yet received.
11/20/20209 minutes, 26 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ruth 4:13-17

November 5, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Ruth 4:13-17 According to the text, Naomi, who we met as so bitter, takes the child Obed to her breast. This child was the grandfather of King David. So she was, in the end, able to embrace hope. It is significant that the same women who earlier absorbed Naomi’s bitterness now name the child who they call her redeemer. Obed means worshiper, which is how we find redemption. The story begins with Naomi’s despair and ends with her hope, which was found by embracing worship.
11/6/202010 minutes, 13 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ruth 4:7-12

October 29, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Ruth 4:7-12 In ancient Hebrew society a pledge was made by the exchanging of sandals in front of witnesses. It was as binding as our signatures on contracts. Covenant community is not just a resource that we use to construct our lives. It is a collection of pledges to be shaped by our life together. Out of these commitments something new is born, like Boaz and Ruth’s child — the hope for redemption. But we have to give ourselves to the community to find this redemption.
10/29/20208 minutes, 17 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ruth 3:6-13

October 8, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Ruth 3:6-13 Just as Naomi, Ruth, and Boaz all had plans for how to find redemption, so do we cooperate with the grace of God. Receiving grace is not a passive process, but it involves a lot of searching. Along the way, God redeems our flawed or questionable plans. Naomi and Ruth’s plan was to appeal to Boaz as their next of kin, which can also be translated as redeemer. Ruth appeals to his cloak to be the wings of God under which she will find shelter. This is not an act of submission, but of taking control of their situation. God uses this plan. So, we need to get beyond the notion that planning is not spiritual.
10/9/20209 minutes, 19 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ruth 2:8-13

October 1, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Ruth 2:8-13 The community God builds always has room for those who think of themselves as outsiders, which ironically accounts for those who only appear to be insiders. Like Ruth the hungry Moabite, we all come in a desperate search for grace. Boaz presents his community as a shelter under God’s wings. We are thinking a lot about shelter these days, but one of the things from which we most need to be sheltered is our loneliness.
10/5/20209 minutes, 11 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ruth 1:19-22

September 24, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Ruth 1:19-22 Sermon: What Is in a Name? When Naomi arrives in Bethlehem she tells her friends, “Call me no longer Naomi,” which means pleasant, “Call me Mara,” which means bitter. And her bitterness is with God. Interestingly, the story and her community keep calling her pleasant even when she wasn’t. Sometimes the community holds our identity for us.
9/28/20208 minutes, 42 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ruth 1:1-8, 14-18

September 17, 2020 | Miller Chapel Scripture: Ruth 1:1-8, 14-18 Naomi finds herself as a Jew in Moab as a widow whose sons have also died. She is discouraged and embittered. There is a famine in Moab so she returns to Judah with one of her daughters-in-law, Ruth, who clings to her even though Naomi doesn’t want her on the journey to her home. No matter how discouraged you are, someone needs you.
9/21/20209 minutes, 20 seconds
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Conversations with Christian Leaders on the COVID-19 Crisis: Part II

April 2, 2020 | Conversations with Christian Leaders on the COVID-19 Crisis: Part II Panelists: Eric Barreto, MDiv '04, Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament Sonia Waters, PhD '13, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology Heath Carter, Associate Professor of American Christianity Brian Rainey, Assistant Professor of Old Testament
4/8/202059 minutes, 33 seconds
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Conversations with Christian Leaders on the COVID-19 Crisis: Part I

March 26, 2020 | Conversations with Christian Leaders on the COVID-19 Crisis: Part I Panelists: Charlene Han Powell, MDiv '09, executive pastor, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church (New York, NY) Don Lincoln, MDiv '80, lead pastor, Westminster Presbyterian Church (West Chester, PA), Seminary Board member Ryan Timpte, MDiv/MACEF '10, director of children's ministry, Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church (Lafayette, CA) Mia Chang, lead pastor, NextGen Church (West Windsor, NJ) Maureen Gerald, MDiv '06, executive pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church (Trenton, NJ); clinical social worker and spiritual director, Momentum Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting
4/8/202059 minutes, 12 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Exodus 20:7-11

March 5, 2020 | Mackay Campus Center Auditorium Scripture: Exodus 20:7-11 You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God… Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. When we live as if God is present, all of life becomes holy. And if we live in denial of God’s presence all of life is made profane. This isn’t just about avoiding cursing and getting to church on Sunday. The point of these two commands is to learn how to journey through all of life with awe. The only alternative to turn all of life into a curse.
3/11/202012 minutes, 17 seconds
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Dr. Juan Hernández | The Reverend Alexander Thompson, D.D. Memorial Lecture

March 5, 2020 | The Reverend Alexander Thompson, D.D. Memorial Lecture Speaker: Dr. Juan Hernández, professor of biblical studies at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota Lecture: "Recovering Revelation’s Forgotten Textual History: Josef Schmid’s Magnum Opus for the Twenty-First Century"
3/6/202041 minutes, 4 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Exodus 20:1-6

February 27, 2020 | Mackay Campus Center Auditorium Scripture: Exodus 20:1-6 You shall have no other God before me. You shall not make for yourself an idol. This homily introduces President Barnes' five-week series on the Ten Commandments and make the case that these commandments are a blessing because ironically it is God’s law that makes us free. The first two signposts to freedom call us to remain faithful to a mysterious God who will not be shaped by human imagination.
3/4/202012 minutes, 34 seconds
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Dr. Russell Jeung | Lessons From 50 Years of Asian American Studies for Asian American Theology

February 27, 2020 | Princeton Theological Seminary Speaker: Dr. Russell Jeung, professor and chair of Asian American studies at San Francisco State University Lecture: Lessons From 50 Years of Asian American Studies for Asian American Theology
3/3/202047 minutes, 23 seconds
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Dr. Tamura Lomax | The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture

February 25, 2020 | The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture Speaker: Dr. Tamura Lomax, author, scholar-activist, and cofounder of The Feminist Wire Lecture: “We Don’t Need a Black Messiah: The Crisis of Civilization and Aspirational Black Patriarchy”
2/26/202037 minutes, 50 seconds
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Dr. Mark S. Smith | Inaugural Lecture

February 11, 2020 | Dr. Mark S. Smith's inaugural lecture, “‘What Have Canaan and Babylon to Do with Israel?’: The Problem of Ancient Near Eastern Divinity in the Biblical Godhead” Lecturer: Dr. Mark S. Smith, Helena Professor of Old Testament Literature and Exegesis, Princeton Theological Seminary
2/12/202045 minutes, 32 seconds
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Dr. Hanna Reichel | Spring 2020 Opening Communion Service

January 28, 2020 | Mackay Campus Center Auditorium, Princeton Theological Seminary Address: “Wrestling with God and the World” Scripture Reading: Genesis 32:24-32 Preacher: Dr. Hanna Reichel, Associate Professor of Reformed Theology
1/31/202020 minutes, 27 seconds
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2019 Carols of Many Nations Concert

December 11, 2019 | Miller Chapel The Carols of Many Nations service includes readings, choral anthems, and congregational carols led by the Princeton Seminary Choir and international students and staff of the Seminary.
12/20/20191 hour, 16 minutes, 15 seconds
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Caroline Ainsworth Hughes | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: Response to Anderson and Ulshoefer Speaker: Caroline Ainsworth Hughes, MDiv candidate, Princeton Theological Seminary
12/20/20194 minutes, 10 seconds
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Emily Wilkes | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: Precision Agriculture and Right Relationship Speaker: Emily Wilkes, MDiv candidate, Princeton Theological Seminary
12/20/201917 minutes, 1 second
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Sarah Freisleben | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: Going Home Speaker: Sarah Freisleben, MDiv candidate, Princeton Theological Seminary
12/20/20197 minutes, 54 seconds
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Alex Miller-Knaack | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: Response to Hemenway and van Oorschot Speaker: Alex Miller-Knaack, MDiv candidate, Princeton Theological Seminary
12/20/20197 minutes, 18 seconds
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Benedikt Friedrich | Theologies of the Digital

November 15, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: "Exploring Freedom: A Conversation between Lutheran Theology and the Free Software Movement" Speaker: Benedikt Friedrich, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Systematische Theologie, Ethik und Fundamentaltheologie, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum Read Benedikt Friedrich's research paper at https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/friedrichflosstheology.
12/20/201922 minutes, 16 seconds
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Daniel Gorenberg | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: Virtual Reality, Virtual Identity, and Spiritual Identity Speaker: Daniel Gorenberg, MDiv '19, ThM candidate, Princeton Theological Seminary
12/20/201919 minutes, 3 seconds
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Dr. Peter Dabrock | Theologies of the Digital

November 15, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: "From Data Protection to Data Sovereignty: A Multidimensional Governance Approach for Shaping Informational Freedom in the ‘Onlife’-era" Speaker: Dr. Peter Dabrock, Professor für Systematische Theologie (Ethik), Fachbereich Theologie, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Read Dr. Dabrock's research paper at https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/dabrockdatasovereignty.
12/20/201916 minutes, 58 seconds
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Dr. Kate Ott | Theologies of the Digital

November 15, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: "Digital Spiritual Embodiment: Power, Difference, and Interdependence" Speaker: Dr. Kate Ott, Associate Professor of Christian Social Ethics, University Scholar in Everyday Ethics, Drew University Read Dr. Ott's research paper at https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/3lsdep9t.
12/20/201919 minutes, 45 seconds
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Dr. Michael Hemenway | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: “Bible as Interface: Reading Bible with Machines” Speaker: Dr. Michael Hemenway, Chief Information Officer, Iliff School of Theology Read Dr. Hemenway's research paper at https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/hemenway-bible-interface.
12/20/201919 minutes, 37 seconds
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Dr. Clifford Anderson | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: “A New Hermeneutics of Suspicion? The Challenge of Deepfakes to Theological Epistemology” Speaker: Dr. Clifford Anderson, Vanderbilt University Read Dr. Anderson's research paper at https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/andersondeepfakes.
12/20/201918 minutes, 19 seconds
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Dr. Hanna Reichel | Theologies of the Digital

November 15, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: "Digital Omniscience and Practices of Freedom" Speaker: Dr. Hanna Reichel, Associate Professor of Reformed Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary Read Dr. Reichel's research paper at https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/reichel-omniscience-i and https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/reichel-omniscience-ii.
12/20/201921 minutes, 26 seconds
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Dr. Florian Hoehne | Theologies of the Digital

November 15, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: "The Porous Mask: A Theological Reflection on Concepts of Personhood and Personal Agency" Speaker: Dr. Florian Hoehne, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Lehrstuhl für Systematische Theologie (Ethik und Hermeneutik), Theologische Fakultät der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Read Dr. Hoehne's research paper at https://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/uv2c6nd4.
12/20/201917 minutes, 10 seconds
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Dr. Frederike van Oorschot | Theologies of the Digital

November 16, 2019 | Theologies of the Digital Presentation: “Scripture as Interface: A Hermeneutical Reflection on a Concept Based in Media Theory” Speaker: Frederike van Oorschot, Director of Department of Religion, Law & Culture, Forschungsstaette der Evangelischen Studiengemeinschaft, Heidelberg Read Dr. Frederike van Oorschot's research paper athttps://cursor.pubpub.org/pub/vonoorschot-bible-interface.
12/20/201916 minutes, 52 seconds
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Dr. Anne Blankenship | 2019 Toyohiko Kagawa Lecture

November 18, 2019 | 2019 Toyohiko Kagawa Lecture Lecture: The Adaptability of Christian Nationalism: American Protestants and Japanese Christianity, 1921-1941." Speaker: Dr. Anne Blankenship, associate professor of religious studies at North Dakota State University
11/26/201940 minutes, 51 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Genesis 9:8-17

November 7, 2019 | Miller Chapel Sermon: Hanging Up Your Weapons Scripture: Genesis 9:8-17 After seeing the destruction caused by the flood, God was done with judging humanity for its wickedness, and hung up the divine bow in the sky as a covenant to never do that again. So, God is no longer trying to punish us for our sins. The question is - Have we hung up our weapons?
11/12/201912 minutes, 12 seconds
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Nancy Gibbs | “Trust, Truth, and Trauma: Is Forgiveness Politically Possible?”

November 4, 2019 | Princeton Theological Seminary Library Lecture: “Trust, Truth, and Trauma: Is Forgiveness Politically Possible?” Speaker: Nancy Gibbs, faculty director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy, former editor in chief of Time
11/8/201936 minutes, 31 seconds
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Dr. Cleve V. Tinsley | Black Church Studies Alumni Lecture 2019

October 31, 2019 | Black Church Studies Alumni Lecture 2019 Lecture: “Black Matter(s): Revisiting the Problem of Alienation in Theological Education” Speaker: Dr. Cleve V. Tinsley, MDiv '07, post-doctoral research affiliate with the Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning, visiting research associate in the Religion and Public Life Program at Rice University
11/5/201953 minutes, 33 seconds
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Cynthia Rigby | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 - Keynote Lecture

October 25, 2019 | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 Keynote Lecture: “What We Have to Offer in a Time of Division and Fear” Speaker: Cynthia Rigby, professor at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, co-chair of the Reformed Theology and History Unit of the American Academy of Religion
10/31/201953 minutes
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Emilie M. Townes | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 - Keynote Lecture

October 24, 2019 | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 Keynote Lecture: “Embodied Leadership” Speaker: Emilie M. Townes, dean and Carpenter Professor of Womanist Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University Divinity School
10/31/201938 minutes, 55 seconds
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Mihee Kim-Kort | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 - Keynote Lecture

October 23, 2019 | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 Keynote Lecture: “Enfleshed Faith: A Theology of Mutual Vulnerability” Speaker: Mihee Kim-Kort, PhD student in religious studies at Indiana University in Bloomington, ordained Presbyterian minister
10/31/201944 minutes, 38 seconds
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Nicole Martin | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 - Opening Worship

October 23, 2019 | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 opening worship Preacher: Nicole Martin, senior mobilizer with American Bible Society, assistant professor of ministry and leadership development at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
10/31/201920 minutes
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Ruth-Aimée Belonni-Rosario Govens | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 - Closing Worship

October 25, 2019 | Women in Ministry Conference 2019 closing worship Preacher: Rev. Ruth-Aimée Belonni-Rosario Govens, chief enrollment management officer at Columbia Theological Seminary
10/31/201918 minutes, 5 seconds
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Panel Discussion: "Backs Against the Wall: The Howard Thurman Story"

October 8, 2019 | Film and Panel Discussion: “Backs Against the Wall: The Howard Thurman Story“ Dr. Walter Fluker, Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership at Boston University Dr. Mozella Mitchell, professor emerita and former chair of religious studies at the University of South Florida
10/31/201920 minutes, 27 seconds
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Dr. Jonathan L. Walton | Geddes W. Hanson Lecture

October 16, 2019 | The 2019 Geddes W. Hanson Lecture Miller Chapel Lecture: “How to Become a Famous Preacher! Henry Ward Beecher and the Ethics of Moral Suasion” Lecturer: Jonathan L. Walton, PhD '06, MDiv '02, dean of the Wake Forest University School of Divinity in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
10/17/201954 minutes, 17 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 5:10-12

October 10, 2019 | Miller Chapel Sermon: “The Blessing of Conviction” Scripture: Matthew 5:10-12 If you believe you are a citizen of the reign of Christ on earth, you have to live by the convictions of this true city of God to which you belong. That inevitably means there will be those who do all they can to persecute these convictions out of you. Some of them are even in the church. But the blessing is that you know who you are, what you believe, and how you will use your life no matter the cost.
10/11/201911 minutes
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President Barnes Preaches on Matthew 5:8-9

October 3, 2019 | Miller Chapel Sermon: “The Blessing of Vision” Scripture: Matthew 5:8-9 There are so many distracting things that clutter our lives and make it hard to see the work of the Holy Spirit who gives us the ability to will one thing. This is to live as the beloved children of God who have a mission of being blessed peacemakers. But what does it really mean to make peace?
10/4/201911 minutes, 50 seconds
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Anna Carter Florence | Donald Macleod/Short Hills Community Congregational Church Preaching Lecture

September 30, 2019 | Donald Macleod/Short Hills Community Congregational Church Preaching Lecture “Scripts in the Scripture for Bent Double Days” Speaker: Anna Carter Florence, MDiv ’88, PhD ’00, Peter Marshall Professor of Preaching at Columbia Theological Seminary
10/2/201953 minutes, 2 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 5:6-7

September 26, 2019 | Miller Chapel Sermon: “The Blessing of Thirst” Scripture: Matthew 5:6-7 No matter how hard we try, we cannot make ourselves right. We are completely dependent upon the grace of God who makes us righteous in Christ. The mark of truly apprehending this grace is that it is what we want to spend our lives offering to others.
9/27/201911 minutes, 56 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 5:4-5

September 19, 2019 | Miller Chapel Sermon: “The Blessing of a Savior” Scripture: Matthew 5:4–5 We all experience inevitable losses for which we mourn, and seek comfort. But the meek are those who open their hands to accept these losses in order to receive more of Christ than we knew before the loss. To inherit Christ is to become gentle, not weak. Only those strong in the grace of a Savior can afford the lifestyle of gentleness.
9/23/201912 minutes, 32 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 5:1-3

September 12, 2019 | Miller Chapel Sermon: “The Blessing of Spiritual Poverty” Scripture: Matthew 5:1-3 This is the beginning of a series of Thursday homilies on the Beatitudes. Each of them will attempt to get to the ironic twist I believe Jesus was offering. The first one stresses that those who are truly spiritual are only clear about their poverty of spirituality, which means it’s all about grace.
9/12/20198 minutes, 27 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Genesis 11:1-9

September 5, 2019 | Opening Communion in Miller Chapel Sermon: “Scattered Languages” Scripture: Genesis 11:1-9 Maybe God’s response to the Tower of Babel was a grace. We now have many languages. As Toni Morrison claimed, the calling of all people is to live in a world where not everyone speaks your tongue. This means you have to make room for others who will speak differently about even God.
9/9/201913 minutes, 44 seconds
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Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross | Opening Convocation Address for the 2019-2020 Academic Year

September 4, 2019 | Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary Address: “The Vocation of Voice” Scripture Readings: Psalm 19 and Ephesians 4:25-32 Speaker: Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross, Arthur Sarrell Rudd Professor of Speech Communication in Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary
9/6/201928 minutes, 4 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice - Sermon 2

July 15, 2019 | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice Sermon: “Redeeming Deserted Places” Scripture passage: Mark 6:30-42 Preacher: Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III, community organizer, social entrepreneur, and senior pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, Maryland
7/26/201927 minutes, 21 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice - Sermon 1

July 14, 2019 | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice Sermon: “The Rules Don’t Work for Us” Scripture passage: Numbers 27:1-8 Preacher: Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III, community organizer, social entrepreneur, and senior pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, Maryland
7/26/201923 minutes, 40 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice - Sermon 4

July 18, 2019 | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice Sermon: “Work With Me” Scripture passage: Genesis 2:7, 15-19 Preacher: Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III, community organizer, social entrepreneur, and senior pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, Maryland
7/26/201932 minutes, 12 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice - Sermon 3

July 16, 2019 | Black Theology & Leadership Institute: Food Justice Sermon: “The Other Joseph Story” Scripture passage: Genesis 47:13-25 Preacher: Rev. Dr. Heber M. Brown, III, community organizer, social entrepreneur, and senior pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, Maryland
7/26/20191 hour, 3 minutes, 52 seconds
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Rev. William H. Lamar IV | Log College Project Design Lab - Sermon 2

June 29, 2019 | Log College Project Design Lab, from the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary Sermon: “The Deep” Scripture Passage: Psalm 42:7-8 Preacher: The Rev. William H. Lamar IV, pastor of Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C.
7/18/201910 minutes, 38 seconds
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Rev. William H. Lamar IV | Log College Project Design Lab - Sermon 1

June 28, 2019 | Log College Project Design Lab, from the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary Sermon: “Thirsty” Scripture Passage: Psalm 42:1-2 Preacher: The Rev. William H. Lamar IV, pastor of Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C.
7/18/201910 minutes, 10 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Amanda Hontz Drury | Log College Project Design Lab - Opening Worship

June 27, 2019 | Log College Project Design Lab, from the Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary Sermon: “Blessed Are the Young” Scripture Passage: 1 Samuel 3:1-21, Mark 10:13-15 Preacher: Rev. Dr. Amanda Hontz Drury, Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Indiana Wesleyan University
7/18/201912 minutes, 55 seconds
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Lisa Kimball & Kate Siberine | Confirmation Conference - Plenary Session

October 5, 2018 | Confirmation Conference - Plenary Session “Confirming Mentoring: Mutual Experiences of Incarnation” Speakers: Lisa Kimball, Associate Dean of Lifelong Learning and Professor of Christian Formation and Congregational Leadership at Virginia Theological Seminary Kate Siberine, Curate at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
7/16/201947 minutes, 39 seconds
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Kenda Creasy Dean & Katherine Douglass | Confirmation Conference - Plenary Session

October 5, 2018 | Confirmation Conference - Plenary Session “Swinging for the Fences: The Hope and Challenge of Confirmation Ministry in the 21st Century” Speakers: Kenda Creasy Dean, Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary Katherine Douglass, Assistant Professor of Educational Ministry and Practical Theology at Seattle Pacific University Co-director of The Confirmation Project
7/16/201946 minutes, 55 seconds
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Shonda Gladden | Confirmation Conference - Plenary Session

October 4, 2018 | Confirmation Conference - Plenary Session I “Becoming Spirit-Led People: The Role of Confirmation and Equivalent Ministries in Identity and Faith Formation” Speaker: Shonda Gladden, Lead Pastor, The St. Paul AME Church
7/16/201931 minutes, 36 seconds
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Katherine Douglass | Confirmation Conference - Welcome & Introduction

October 4, 2018 | Confirmation Conference Welcome & Introduction Speaker: Katherine Douglass, Assistant Professor of Educational Ministry and Practical Theology at Seattle Pacific University Co-director of The Confirmation Project
7/16/201936 minutes, 58 seconds
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Dr. Patrick B. Reyes | HTI 2019 Book Prize Lecture

June 25, 2019 | HTI 2019 Book Prize Lecture, “What is a Good Day?” Speaker: Dr. Patrick B. Reyes, Director of Strategic Partnerships for Doctoral Initiatives, Forum for Theological Exploration Respondent: Dr. Onaje X.O. Woodbine, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion, American University
7/9/20191 hour, 14 minutes, 2 seconds
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Grant Macaskill | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 17, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The Idolatrous Self and the Eikon: The Possibility of Worship” Speaker: Grant Macaskill, Kirby Laing Professor of New Testament Exegesis at the University of Aberdeen
6/25/201952 minutes, 22 seconds
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Christoph Schwöbel | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 17, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning? Barth’s Eschatology as a Guide to the Perplexed” Speaker: Christoph Schwöbel, Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of St. Andrews
6/25/20191 hour, 4 minutes, 34 seconds
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Christophe Chalamet | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 18, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The Redemption of This World: On the Direction of Eschatology” Speaker: Christophe Chalamet, Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Geneva
6/25/201937 minutes, 52 seconds
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Kenneth Oakes | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 17, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “Eschatology in the Time of Expectation” Speaker: Kenneth Oakes, Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Notre Dame
6/25/201950 minutes, 14 seconds
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Nancy Duff | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 18, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The Ethics of Resisting and Accepting Death in Karl Barth’s Theology” Speaker: Nancy Duff, Stephen Colwell Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary
6/25/201943 minutes, 20 seconds
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Douglas Campbell | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 17, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “Paul’s Account of the Future: A Case Study in Pauline Dogmatics” Speaker: Douglas Campbell, Professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School
6/25/201942 minutes, 54 seconds
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Beverly Gaventa | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 18, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The Finality of the Gospel: Barth’s Romerbrief on Romans 9-11” Speaker: Beverly Gaventa, Distinguished Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Baylor University Helen H.P. Manson Professor Emerita of New Testament Literature and Exegesis at Princeton Theological Seminary
6/25/201955 minutes, 56 seconds
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Karen Kilby | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 18, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “Death: A Hesitation” Speaker: Karen Kilby, Bede Professor of Catholic Theology at Durham University
6/25/201945 minutes, 30 seconds
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Susan Eastman | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 19, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The Custody of Hope: Christian Existence in The Resurrection of the Dead” Speaker: Susan Eastman, Associate Research Professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School
6/25/201952 minutes, 40 seconds
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Philip G. Ziegler | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 19, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The First and Final ‘No’: The Finality of the Gospel and the Old Enemy” Speaker: Philip Ziegler, Professor of Christian Dogmatics at the University of Aberdeen
6/25/201952 minutes, 7 seconds
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John Barclay | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 17, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “The Day is at Hand: Barth’s Interpretation of Pauline Eschatology” Speaker: John Barclay, Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at the University of Durham
6/21/201951 minutes, 7 seconds
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Christiane Tietz | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference - Lecture

June 17, 2019 | The 2019 Annual Karl Barth Conference Lecture: “'Standing on the Boundary Where the Now and the Yet Then Touch Each Other': Barth on Theodicy and Eschatology” Speaker: Christiane Tietz, Professor for Systematic Theology at the University of Zurich
6/21/201954 minutes, 39 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Thursday Worship

June 13, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Thursday Worship Sermon: “Hungry for Something More Than Food” Preacher: Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson, Pastor/Head of Staff of New Providence Presbyterian Church in Maryville, TN
6/17/201913 minutes, 49 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Tuesday Worship

June 11, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Tuesday Worship Sermon: “Good Grief” Preacher: Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson, Pastor/Head of Staff of New Providence Presbyterian Church in Maryville, TN
6/17/201915 minutes, 17 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Monday Worship

June 10, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Monday Worship Sermon: “Wedding Day” Preacher: Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson, Pastor/Head of Staff of New Providence Presbyterian Church in Maryville, TN
6/17/201913 minutes, 59 seconds
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Dr. Roger Nam | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Convocation 5

June 14, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching Convocation 5: “Who Is the God of Ezra-Nehemiah?” Speaker: Dr. Roger Nam, Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies at Portland Seminary of George Fox University
6/17/201936 minutes, 24 seconds
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Dr. Roger Nam | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Convocation 4

June 13, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching Convocation 4: “The God of Ezra-Nehemiah: Hope” Speaker: Dr. Roger Nam, Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies at Portland Seminary of George Fox University
6/17/201937 minutes
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Dr. Roger Nam | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Convocation 3

June 12, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching Convocation 3: “The God of Ezra-Nehemiah: Identity” Speaker: Dr. Roger Nam, Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies at Portland Seminary of George Fox University
6/17/201942 minutes, 10 seconds
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Dr. Roger Nam | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Convocation 2

June 11, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching Convocation 2: “The God of Ezra-Nehemiah: Power” Speaker: Dr. Roger Nam, Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies at Portland Seminary of George Fox University
6/17/201952 minutes, 18 seconds
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Dr. Roger Nam | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Convocation 1

June 10, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching Convocation 1: “The God of Ezra-Nehemiah: Repatriation” Speaker: Dr. Roger Nam, Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies at Portland Seminary of George Fox University
6/17/201950 minutes, 24 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Opening Worship

June 9, 2019 | The Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching - Opening Worship Sermon: “Torn Apart” Preacher: Rev. Dr. Emily Anderson, Pastor/Head of Staff of New Providence Presbyterian Church in Maryville, TN
6/17/201915 minutes
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Panel Discussion | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference

April 11–13, 2019 | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference Missional Hermeneutics in Context Panel Discussion
6/10/20191 hour, 7 minutes, 30 seconds
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Dr. Timothy W. Sloan | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference

April 11–13, 2019 | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference "Biblical Formation in Context" Speaker: Dr. Timothy W. Sloan, Senior Pastor, The Luke Church, Humble, Texas
6/10/20191 hour, 8 minutes, 26 seconds
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Dr. Thomas Daniel | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference

April 11–13, 2019 | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference "Biblical Formation in Context" Speaker: Dr. Thomas Daniel, Senior Pastor, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Austin, TX
6/10/20191 hour, 26 minutes, 12 seconds
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Drs. Shane Berg, Lisa Bowens, Darrell Guder and J. Ross Wagner | Biblical Formation for Witness

April 11–13, 2019 | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference "Missional Hermeneutics" Speakers: Dr. Shane Berg, Executive Vice President, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Lisa Marie Bowens, Assistant Professor of New Testament, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Darrell Guder, Interim Director, Center for Church Planting and Revitalization, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. J. Ross Wagner Associate Professor of New Testament, Duke Divinity School
6/10/20191 hour, 13 minutes, 10 seconds
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Panel Discussion cont'd | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference

April 11–13, 2019 | Biblical Formation for Witness Conference Missional Hermeneutics in Context Panel Discussion cont'd
6/10/20191 hour, 16 minutes, 16 seconds
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Dr. Andrew Root | 2019 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry - Extended Seminar, Continued

April 27, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Extended Seminar: Ministry in a Secular Age, Continued Speaker: Dr. Andrew Root, Professor and Carrie Olson Baalson Chair of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota Due to a recording issue and copyrighted materials, portions of this extended seminar are unavailable for publication.
6/4/20191 hour, 18 minutes, 37 seconds
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Dr. Andrew Root | 2019 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry - Extended Seminar

April 25, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Extended Seminar: Ministry in a Secular Age Speaker: Dr. Andrew Root, Professor and Carrie Olson Baalson Chair of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota Due to a recording issue and copyrighted materials, portions of this extended seminar are unavailable for publication.
6/4/201942 minutes, 56 seconds
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Rev. Michael Mather | The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 4

April 26, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 4 Lecture: "What if the Mightiest Word Is Love?" Speaker: Rev. Michael Mather, pastor of Broadway United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana
5/20/201937 minutes, 59 seconds
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2019 Commencement Ceremony

May 18, 2019 | Princeton University Chapel 207th Princeton Theological Seminary Commencement Exercises
5/19/20192 hours, 30 minutes, 40 seconds
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Rev. Yedea Walker | Reunion 2019 - Service of Remembrance and Celebration

May 14, 2019 | Reunion 2019 - Service of Remembrance and Celebration Preacher: Rev. Yedea Walker, pastoral resident
5/17/201916 minutes, 34 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Matilde Moros | Reunion 2019 - Closing Worship

May 15, 2019 | Reunion 2019 - Closing Worship Preacher: Rev. Dr. Matilde Moros, assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University
5/17/201923 minutes, 47 seconds
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John White, Gordon Mikoski, Marcus Tillery, Karen Jackson-Weaver | Reunion 2019 - Historical Audit

Speakers: John White, Dean of Student Life and Vice President for Student Relations Dr. Gordon Mikoski, Associate Professor of Christian Education Marcus Tillery, Alumnus, Princeton Theological Seminary Pastor, Community Church of East Williston, New York Karen Jackson-Weaver, Trustee, Princeton Theological Seminary Visiting Scholar/Associate Vice President, Global Faculty Engagement & Innovation Advancement at New York University
5/17/201951 minutes, 32 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Steve Yamaguchi | Reunion 2019 - Distinguished Alumni Presentation

May 14, 2019 | Reunion 2019 Distinguished Alumni Presentation Speaker: Rev. Dr. Steve Yamaguchi, transitional co-pastor at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles, California
5/16/201943 minutes, 18 seconds
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Rev. José Gonzalez Colon | Reunion 2019 - AAEC Service Award Presentation

May 15, 2019 | Reunion 2019 AAEC Service Award Presentation “Eat This: Food, Sharing, and Remembering” Speaker: Rev. José Gonzalez Colon, senior pastor of the Iglesia Presbiteriana en Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
5/16/201950 minutes, 3 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Jacqueline J. Lewis | Reunion 2019 - Keynote Lecture

May 14, 2019 | Reunion 2019 Keynote Lecture Lecture: “A Bold New Love” Speaker: Rev. Dr. Jacqueline J. Lewis, senior minister, Middle Collegiate Church, New York, NY, and executive director, The Middle Project, Inc.
5/16/201939 minutes, 6 seconds
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Drs. Eric Barreto, Keri Day, Jacqueline Lapsley, and Nate Stucky | Reunion 2019 - This Is My Story

May 13, 2019 | Reunion 2019 “This Is My Story” Speakers: Dr. Eric Barreto, Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament Dr. Keri Day, Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religion Dr. Jacqueline Lapsley, Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Old Testament Dr. Nate Stucky, Director, The Farminary Project
5/16/201944 minutes, 52 seconds
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President M. Craig Barnes | Reunion 2019 - Opening Worship

May 13, 2019 | Reunion 2019 - Opening Worship Preacher: M. Craig Barnes, president of Princeton Theological Seminary
5/16/201918 minutes, 32 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Exodus 16:1–5

Early in the journey the pattern of anxiety and complaining develops. But we survive the journey on regiments of mystery. Monday, October 5, 2015
5/15/201913 minutes, 17 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Esther 4:10–16

Sometimes the call to serve the kingdom puts everything at risk that we worked hard to accomplish. The freedom to serve demands the surrender of dreams.
5/15/201916 minutes, 31 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on I Samuel 10:17–27

Saul was a reluctant leader who hid on the day he was made king. We still affirm reluctance in leaders—maybe too much. There is work to do, and time is short. March 17, 2014
5/15/201914 minutes, 36 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on I Samuel 16:1, 6–13

The text says, ‘The Lord does not see as mortals see.’ So ho does the Lord see, when choosing a leader? Why did God call young David, you, and me? March 24, 2014
5/15/201917 minutes, 3 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on I Samuel 22:1–2

Text offers a depiction of God’s idea of community: ‘everyone who was in distress...in debt...and discontented’ joined David in a cave.
5/15/201916 minutes, 4 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on I Samuel 28:3–7

What do you do when your prophet dies? Saul turned to a medium after the death of Samuel. All leaders need to keep finding new prophets of God.
5/15/201914 minutes, 35 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches 2 Samuel 1:19, 23–27

“How the mighty have fallen and the weapons of war perished.’ It’s tempting for leaders to live by weapons, and we all have them. But we actually die by them.
5/15/201911 minutes, 8 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on 2 Samuel 6:1–11

God was not pleased to be hauled around on an oxcart, and then David was not pleased. He had to get over his disappointment with God in order to dance again.
5/15/201914 minutes, 18 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on 2 Samuel 9:1–7, 13

Every leader of the church as to take disability issues seriously. There is always a Mephibosheth living in a ‘barren land’ who needs access to the king’s table.
5/15/201914 minutes, 26 seconds
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Opening Communion Sermon for the 2014–2015 Academic Year

“The Power of a Word” 2 Peter 1:16–21 Preacher: Dr. M. Craig Barnes, president September 8, 2014
5/15/201910 minutes, 41 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 1:12–14

Everyone who wants to be of use to the mission of Christ has to have an Upper Room where she or he goes to pray and attend to the leading of the Spirit. September 15, 2014
5/15/201912 minutes, 22 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 2:1–13

Pentecost converts disciples into apostles. One of the marks of this conversion is that we learn to speak to the many cultures around the church eager for good news. From the beginning, the Gospel was expressed in diverse languages and forms. September 22, 2014
5/15/201911 minutes, 50 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 3:1–10

We live in a culture that teaches us to lower expectations. This is especially true in the current generation of young adults. The apostles offered more than alms. They were devoted to healing, which is more than we still expect. September 29, 2014
5/15/201912 minutes, 40 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 4:1–12

What made the apostles so confident that they could speak truth with no fear of imprisonment by those outside of it? Today for most pastors the question is how do we serve the church unafraid of those within it? October 6, 2014
5/15/201912 minutes, 43 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 4:32–37

Rather than presenting the Gospel as one more resource that may be relevant in self-constructing a life, our mission is to help people find their relevance to Christ. The Story doesn’t belong to us; we belong to it October 13, 2014
5/15/201913 minutes, 27 seconds
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Reunion 2014: Dr. Barnes’s Sermon

“Do It Again” Philippians 4:8–9 “The Apostle Paul is not calling us to the heroic in ministry. Rather we are called to ‘keep on doing’ the ordinary acts of virtue that we have learned. God is delighted by ordinary and routine acts of faithfulness.” Monday, October 20, 2014
5/15/201922 minutes, 25 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 5:1–11

We are willing to be of service to Jesus, but we all have a Plan B just in case this Gospel thing doesn’t work out. This is a deadly strategy to our souls. It is time to be ‘all in.’ And that time comes sooner than we want. Monday, October 27, 2014
5/15/201912 minutes, 46 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 5:17–18, 27–39

Gamaliel said, ‘If this is of God, you will not be able to overthrow them.’ This frees us from anxiety about the success of our mission. It’s really Christ’s mission, and the forces against it have never been able to overthrow what is of God. Monday, November 3, 2014
5/15/201911 minutes, 12 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 6:1–7

As the church grew, it had to make organizational changes. The birth of the Deaconate demonstrates change has always been a part of our mission. Settle into the anxiety about this without becoming anxious yourself. Focus on the mission. Monday, November 10, 2014
5/15/201910 minutes, 30 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 7:51–60

The martyrdom of Stephen is the only time in the New Testament that Jesus is so impressed that he doesn’t sit at the right hand of his father, but he stands. What does it take to get Jesus to stand at the end of your life? Monday, November 17, 2014
5/15/201911 minutes, 43 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 8:26–40

The baptism of the Ethiopian Eunuch demonstrates the Spirit’s devotion to insure that Christ alone decides who will be invited into his church. Like Philip, we are mostly just trying to keep up. Monday, December 1, 2014
5/15/201911 minutes, 18 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 9:1–9

Could you be wrong about God? Saul knew more about his faith than do we, but he was wrong. There is always more to God than we know. Always. Monday, December 8, 2014
5/15/201911 minutes, 7 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 9:19b–25

Sermon: The Value of Good Failure Paul’s first effort at ministry in Damascus ends in a terrible failure. It is critical that we learn how to fail if we are going to follow Christ, who leads with a cross. Monday, February 9, 2015
5/15/201910 minutes, 46 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 10:1–15

Sermon: Secular Spirituality Cornelius was a “devout man who feared God” before Peter arrived to tell him about Jesus. The church is not the custodian of sacredness. We are witnesses to Christ’s work inside and outside the church. Monday, February 16, 2015
5/15/201912 minutes, 55 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 12:1–19

Sermon: Does Prayer Work? When Peter was imprisoned the church prayed for his release. After his release, they couldn’t believe that their prayers had been answered. Prayer is where we go to struggle to understand the mind of God. Monday, March 2, 2015
5/15/201911 minutes, 47 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 13:13–14a; 44–52

Sermon: When it is Time to Leave Paul and Barnabas met with such serious opposition in their first effort at being missionaries that they had to leave town. But they didn’t despair. They simply shook the dust from their feet and kept moving. Monday, March 16, 2015
5/15/201913 minutes, 12 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 16:11–15

Sermon: You Have a Calling Lydia was a successful businesswoman and one of the first leaders of the church. The Apostle Paul clearly affirmed her gifts, and depended upon them. As we do today. Monday, March 23, 2015
5/15/201911 minutes, 8 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 16:16–31

Sermon: When the Road is Hard Paul and Silas were not surprised to find themselves in prison for preaching the gospel. Their deliverance came as they sang praises to God. We are always delivered by our praises. Monday, April 6, 2015
5/15/201912 minutes, 53 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 17:16–23

Sermon: Moving Beyond the Idols Like the Athenians we live in a society that is addicted to the next idol. Rather than simply dismissing this idolatry, the church needs to see it as a yearning for the true God. Monday, April 13, 2015
5/15/201915 minutes, 47 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 20:17–24

Sermon: How to Say Goodbye The Elders of Ephesus wept when Paul left them because they knew he would be arrested in Jerusalem. One of the marks of Christians is that we grieve differently when people sail out of our lives. Monday, April 20, 2015
5/15/201912 minutes, 57 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 21:1–16

Sermon: Spirit Filled Debate Leaders of the church who were all filled with the Holy Spirit disagreed with the Apostle Paul about his resolve to go to Jerusalem. Paul has the Spirit, and those who disagreed with him had the Spirit. Monday, April 27, 2015
5/15/201912 minutes, 51 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Acts 4:1–14

Sermon: Have No Fear Myungsung Presbyterian Church, Seoul, South Korea Sunday, May 10, 2015
5/15/201931 minutes, 15 seconds
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Opening Communion Sermon for the 2015–2016 Academic Year

“Yearning Theologically” Preacher: Dr. M. Craig Barnes, president
5/15/201915 minutes, 52 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Exodus 14:10–14, 21–22

The journey begins with fear and flight. But God intervenes to deliver us and set us on a journey. Monday, September 14, 2015
5/15/201911 minutes
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President Barns Preaches on Exodus 15:22–27

We thought we were just running away, but God brought us into the desert to transform us into a holy people. Monday, September 28, 2015
5/15/201911 minutes, 35 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Exodus 17:8–13

None of us are on the journey alone. Even leaders, most of all the leaders, need people to hold up their hands to God. Monday, October 26, 2015
5/15/201911 minutes, 51 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Exodus 19:1–6

The world is not something we can flee. Our calling is to be a kingdom of priests for the sake of the world. Monday, November 2, 2015
5/15/201913 minutes, 4 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Exodus 32:1–6

Leaders have to resist the temptation of reducing their calling to servicing complaints. That always ends with idolatry. Monday, November 9, 2015
5/15/201912 minutes, 59 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Joshua 3:7–13

Unlike the Red Sea the Jordan doesn’t part until the priests take a step of faith in them. This was the goal of the hard journey. Monday, November 30, 2015
5/15/201910 minutes, 56 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Numbers 13:1–3, 25–33

Even when we reach the Promised Land we are still confronted with giants in our way. The Promised Land is not Paradise. Monday, November 16, 2015
5/15/201910 minutes, 13 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Matthew 1:18–25

Monday, December 7, 2015
5/15/201911 minutes, 40 seconds
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Farewell to the Graduates: “The Rev. Drs. Eldad and Medad”

Saturday, May 23, 2015 President Barnes’ 2015 Commencement Address Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, New Jersey
5/15/201915 minutes, 16 seconds
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Dr. Eric Barreto | 2019 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry - Closing Worship

April 26, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Closing Worship Preacher: Dr. Eric Barreto, Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary
5/13/201913 minutes, 28 seconds
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Farewell to the Graduates: “The Blessing of Limits”

2016 Commencement Address Saturday, May 21 Princeton University Chapel Speaker: M. Craig Barnes, president and professor of pastoral ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary
5/13/201918 minutes, 28 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on John 18:1-4

Jesus accepts his arrest only because he knows he must drink from God’s cup. According to the prophets this is a cup of anger. But in drinking the cup Jesus transforms it into a cup of com-passion.
5/13/20197 minutes, 58 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Philippians 2:1–11

Sermon: “Humility” This ancient hymn depicts fundamental paradigm for the followers of Jesus Christ who led us up to God by bowing down so very low.
5/13/201913 minutes, 22 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on 2 Timothy 3:10–17

Sermon: Gravitas Those who offer leadership in any form of ministry need to have not only skills but also a weighty soul that offers gravitational attraction. How is this found? According to the text it is found through hardship, an inherited tradition, and the biblical text.
5/13/201913 minutes, 33 seconds
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President Barnes Preaches on Philippians 2:1–11

Sermon: Humility This ancient hymn depicts fundamental paradigm for the followers of Jesus Christ who led us up to God by bowing down so very low.
5/13/201913 minutes, 22 seconds
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Rev. Michael Mather | The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 3

April 25, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 3 Lecture: "Who Has Time For Joy?" Speaker: Rev. Michael Mather, pastor of Broadway United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana
5/1/201951 minutes, 23 seconds
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Rev. Larissa Kwong Abazia | 2019 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry - Opening Worship

April 23, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Opening Worship Preacher: Rev. Larissa Kwong Abazia
4/25/201918 minutes, 55 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Almeda M. Wright | The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 1

April 24, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 1 Lecture: "Movement to Movements: Young, Active, and Faithful" Speaker: Rev. Dr. Almeda M. Wright, associate professor of religious education at Yale Divinity School
4/25/201950 minutes, 10 seconds
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Rev. Larissa Kwong Abazia | 2019 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry - Sermon

April 24, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Sermon Preacher: Rev. Larissa Kwong Abazia
4/25/201920 minutes, 43 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Almeda M. Wright | The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 2

April 24, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture - Lecture 2 Lecture: “No Leaders Here”: The Justice Movements of Ordinary, Everyday Leaders Speaker: Rev. Dr. Almeda M. Wright, associate professor of religious education at Yale Divinity School
4/25/201950 minutes, 1 second
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Rev. William H. Lamar IV | 2019 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry - Sermon

April 25, 2019 | The Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Sermon Preacher: Rev. William H. Lamar IV, pastor of Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C.
4/25/201910 minutes, 16 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 26:14-16

April 18 | Miller Chapel "Judas who betrayed him said, 'Surely not I, Rabbi?'" Society has always reserved his greatest judgment for betrayers because it breaks the trust and commitment necessary for us to live together. For Christians the greatest sin is to betray Christ. But could it be that we are so harsh on betrayers because we fear there some Judas chromosome lurking in our own lives?
4/18/201911 minutes, 50 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Traci C. West | 2019 Women in Church and Ministry Lecture

April 16, 2019 “Solidarity and Defiant Spirituality: Africana Lessons on Ending Gender Violence” Speaker: Rev. Dr. Traci C. West, professor of Christian ethics and African American studies at Drew University Theological School
4/18/201950 minutes, 41 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 4:42-44

April 11, 2019 | Miller Chapel "At daybreak he departed and went into a deserted place." Jesus’ ministry begins to draw a large crowd in Capernaum. But he retreats from this success to a deserted place. When the crowds find him, they tried to prevent him from leaving them and continuing his ministry to others. But Jesus was renewed in his true calling by being in the deserted place. So are we.
4/12/201911 minutes, 11 seconds
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Darnell Moore | Legacy and Mission: Theological Education and the History of Slavery Conference

Legacy and Mission: Theological Education and the History of Slavery Conference Speaker: Darnell Moore, writer-in-residence at the Center on African American Religion, Sexual Politics and Social Justice at Columbia University and author of No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black & Free in America Learn more: https://slavery.ptsem.edu/
4/10/201948 minutes, 42 seconds
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Luke Powery | Legacy and Mission: Theological Education and the History of Slavery Conference

Legacy and Mission: Theological Education and the History of Slavery Conference "Formation of Faith Leaders: What are the implications of this history for the mission and curriculum of theological schools?" Speaker: Luke Powery, Dean of Duke University Chapel and Associate Professor of Homiletics, Duke Divinity School Learn more: https://slavery.ptsem.edu/
4/10/20191 hour, 10 minutes, 3 seconds
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Hyepin Im | 2019 Asian American Theology Conference

2019 Asian American Theology Conference "Faith and Community Empowerment: Shining our Light, Finding Voice, Leadership, and Unity" Speaker: Hyepin Im
4/5/201937 minutes, 29 seconds
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Dr. Russell Jeung | 2019 Asian American Theology Conference

2019 Asian American Theology Conference "An Asian American Exilic Call to Politics" Speaker: Dr. Russell Jeung
4/5/201935 minutes, 21 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 10:14-18

March 28, 2019 | Miller Chapel "I have other sheep that do not belong to this fold." We often confuse our fold with being the whole flock. Jesus said, “…there will be one flock, one shepherd,” which means there are always other sheep from other folds whose perspective on the one shepherd is different than ours. Apparently, this is the way the good shepherd has organized the one flock.
3/29/201912 minutes, 39 seconds
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Panel Discussion | 2019 World Christianity Conference

2019 World Christianity Conference Panel Discussion
3/29/201958 minutes, 45 seconds
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Dr. Sonja Thomas | 2019 World Christianity Conference

2019 World Christianity Conference "Feminist Ethnography and 'Studying Up' in World Christianity Studies" Speaker: Dr. Sonja Thomas
3/29/201952 minutes, 29 seconds
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Dr. James Spickard | 2019 World Christianity Conference

2019 World Christianity Conference "Why Reflexive Ethnography Matters to the Study of World Christianity" Speaker: Dr. James Spickard
3/29/201956 minutes, 23 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Luke 10:38-42

March 14, 2019 | Miller Chapel "Martha, Martha, you are worried and distracted by many things…" It is easy for preachers to slide into easy Martha bashing on our way to commend Mary who "has chosen the better part." But a community of faith needs Marthas. The challenge is to insure our hard work doesn’t distract from worship where we sit at Jesus’ feet.
3/18/201912 minutes, 16 seconds
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James Forbes | "Empowering the Faith Community for Prophetic Witness"

March 12, 2019 | Miller Chapel "Empowering the Faith Community for Prophetic Witness" Speaker: James Forbes, Senior Minister Emeritus of Riverside Church
3/14/201955 minutes, 25 seconds
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James Forbes preaches in Miller Chapel

March 12, 2019 | Miller Chapel Speaker: James Forbes, Senior Minister Emeritus of Riverside Church
3/14/201911 minutes, 55 seconds
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The 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture | Rev. Dr. Frederick Haynes III

February 28, 2019 | Miller Chapel The 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture Speaker: Rev. Dr. Frederick Haynes III, senior pastor of Friendship-West Church & Conference Center in Dallas, Texas
3/5/201948 minutes
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President Barnes preaches on Mark 10:46-52

February 14, 2019 | Miller Chapel "Jesus stood still and said, 'Call him here.'" Jesus and a large crowd are leaving Jericho for Jerusalem. Blind Bartimaeus is rebuked by the crowd for trying to interrupt the parade with his cry for mercy. But Jesus stood still. That’s the hardest thing in ministry. Don’t just do something. Stand there.
2/18/201912 minutes, 3 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Micah 6:1-8

February 7, 2019 | Miller Chapel "What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with your God?" Micah sets a courtroom in which the Lord is the prosecutor, the mountains are the jury, and we are in the dock. Our defense are meager questions like “What does the Lord expect of us?” But we’ve always known what is required of God’s people.
2/11/201912 minutes, 28 seconds
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The 2019 Prathia Hall Lecture | Bishop Yvette Flunder

February 6, 2019 | Miller Chapel The 2019 Prathia Hall Lecture Speaker: Rev. Dr. Yvette A. Flunder, founder and senior pastor of City of Refuge United Church of Christ (City of Refuge UCC) in Oakland, Calif.
2/8/201952 minutes, 56 seconds
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Professor Mark S. Smith preaches on Sirach 43:27-33

January 22, 2019 | Miller Chapel Spring 2019 Opening Communion Service Mark S. Smith, Helena Professor of Old Testament Literature and Exegesis at Princeton Theological Seminary
1/29/201912 minutes, 14 seconds
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2018 Carols of Many Nations Concert

December 12, 2018 | Miller Chapel The Carols of Many Nations service includes readings, choral anthems, and congregational carols led by the Princeton Seminary Choir and international students and staff of the Seminary.
12/14/20181 hour, 14 minutes, 47 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Philippians 4:8-9

December 6, 2018 | Miller Chapel "Keep on doing the things you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, and the God of peace will be with you." (4:9) We want to accomplish monumental acts of heroism for God. We want to change the world. But Paul is here calling us to routine acts of faithfulness, and to “keep on doing” them again and again. Those who live by grace don’t think in terms of what they want to accomplish, but in terms of how God is changing the world through the faithful acts of quiet servants.
12/7/201813 minutes, 51 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Philippians 4:2-7

November 29, 2018 | Miller Chapel "Let your gentleness be known to everyone…" (4:5) Paul doesn’t tell Euodia and Syntyche to avoid having conflicts. He does tell them to have the “same mind in the Lord,” and he tells them to conduct the conflicts gently. In fact, he expects the whole church to be known for its gentleness. This is not the same as weakness. Only the strong can be gentle.
11/30/201812 minutes, 29 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Samuel Reeves | “The History and Future of Liberia”

November 12, 2018 | “The History and Future of Liberia” Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Reeves, ’02 DMin, ’97 MDiv, Pastor of Providence Baptist Church, Liberia For information on the Princeton Seminary and Slavery Report, visit slavery.ptsem.edu/.
11/20/201843 minutes, 45 seconds
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Kevin Haah | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference

April 13, 2018 | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference (Re)Planting Missional Churches: The Theological Dimensions of Why Speaker: Rev. Kevin Haah, Lead pastor of New City Church of Los Angeles and visionary of the LA Church Planting Movement
11/19/201828 minutes, 26 seconds
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Keas Keasler | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference

April 13, 2018 | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference (Re)Planting Missional Churches, The Theological Dimensions of Why Speaker: Rev. Keas Keasler, Professor of theology and program director of Christian Spiritual Formation at Friends University in Wichita
11/19/201859 minutes, 26 seconds
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Dharius Daniels | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference

April 12, 2018 | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference (Re)Planting Missional Churches: The Theological Dimensions of Why Speaker: Dr. Dharius Daniels, Founder and lead pastor of Change Church in central New Jersey
11/19/201845 minutes
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Pam Driesell | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference

April 13, 2018 | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference (Re)Planting Missional Churches, The Theological Dimensions of Why Speaker: Rev. Pam Driesell, Senior pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Atlanta
11/19/201839 minutes, 58 seconds
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Panel Discussion | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference

April 14, 2018 | (Re)Planting Missional Churches Conference Panel discussion: (Re)Planting Missional Churches, The Theological Dimensions of Why Panelists: Rev. Aisha Brooks-Lytle, Rev. Dr. Dharius Daniels, Rev. Kevin Haah and Rev. Keas Keasler
11/19/20181 hour, 23 minutes, 48 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Philippians 3:4-16

November 15, 2018 | Miller Chapel "…forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal…" (3:13-14) The grace of God disrupts the former plans we had for life, and it compels to let go of the alternative past we could have had. That is the only way we can be free to focus on the goal of using our lives for the work of Christ. As Paul and other biblical lives illustrate, God is not easy on the people who get used for the Gospel. But interestingly, in the end they all want to talk about their surpassing joy.
11/16/201814 minutes, 7 seconds
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Michael Gerson Lectures on Polarization, Confirmation Bias, and Dehumanization

November 8, 2018 | Princeton Theological Seminary Library Speaker: Michael Gerson, columnist and author of “Trump and the Evangelical Temptation”
11/14/201849 minutes, 59 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Philippians 2:1-11

November 8, 2018 | Miller Chapel "…at the name of Jesus, every knee should bend, in heaven and on earth and under the earth…" (2:10) Living in a very anxious society we strive to find ways to secure our lives, typically by discerning who is to blame for our problems. But the grace of God that binds us to Christ teaches us to conquer such aggression with humility. Grace sounds nice, but it is actually subversive of the prevailing order.
11/9/201815 minutes, 28 seconds
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Panel Discussion on the Princeton Seminary and Slavery Report

October 17, 2018 Panel Discussion on the Princeton Seminary and Slavery Report Panelists: Dr. Keri Day, Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religion, Princeton Theological Seminary Ken Henke, archivist, Princeton Theological Seminary Library Dr. Gordon Mikoski, Associate Professor of Christian Education, Princeton Theological Seminary Dr. Jim Moorhead, Mary McIntosh Bridge Professor of American Church History Emeritus, Princeton Theological Seminary Rev. Kermit Moss, PhD Candidate and Interim Director of the Center for Black Church Studies, Princeton Theological Seminary For information on the Princeton Seminary and Slavery Report, visit https://slavery.ptsem.edu/.
10/24/20181 hour, 3 minutes, 30 seconds
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The 2018 Geddes W. Hanson Lecture | Dr. Willie James Jennings

October 17, 2018 | The 2018 Geddes W. Hanson Lecture Speaker: Dr. Willie James Jennings, associate professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale University Divinity School For information on the Princeton Seminary and Slavery Report, visit https://slavery.ptsem.edu/.
10/24/201840 minutes, 7 seconds
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2018 Herencia Lectures | Juan D. Gonzalez

October 5, 2018 | 2018 Herencia Lectures “Reaping What We Sow: Roots of Central American Migration” Speaker: Dr. Juan D. Gonzalez, award-winning broadcast journalist and investigative reporter; a two-time winner of the George Polk Award; co-host of Democracy Now!; author of “Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America”; a founder of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists
10/18/201838 minutes, 45 seconds
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Stephen Crocco | 2018 Markus Barth Symposium

"Markus Barth and the Path to the Center for Barth Studies at Princeton Seminary" Speaker: Stephen Crocco, Director, Yale Divinity School Library
10/10/201842 minutes, 56 seconds
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Mark Lindsay | 2018 Markus Barth Symposium

"Jewish-Christian Relations from the Underside: Markus Barth's Correspondence with Michael Wyschogrod and Emil Fackenheim, 1962-1984" Author: Mark Lindsay, Joan R W Munro Professor of Historical Theology and Interim Dean, Trinity College Theological School Read by Bruce McCormack, Charles Hodge Professor of Systematic Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary.
10/10/201847 minutes, 44 seconds
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Philip Ziegler | 2018 Markus Barth Symposium

"Peace Through the Cross: The Salvation of Jews and Gentiles" Speaker: Philip Ziegler, Professor of Christian Dogmatics, University of Aberdeen
10/10/201842 minutes, 4 seconds
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Randi Rashkover | 2018 Markus Barth Symposium

"Markus Barth's Theology of Jewish-Christian Dialogue: A Pragmatic Review" Speaker: Randi Rashkover, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Director of the Judaic Studies Program, George Mason University
10/10/201830 minutes
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Joseph Small | 2018 Markus Barth Symposium

"The World of the Bible: Always Strange, Eternally New. Markus Barth as Teacher" Speaker: Joseph Small, former Director of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Theology and Worship
10/10/201844 minutes, 22 seconds
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Paul Nimmo | 2018 Markus Barth Symposium

"Markus Barth on the Lord's Supper - An Ecumenical Dissenter" Speaker: Paul Nimmo, King's Chair of Systematic Theology, University of Aberdeen
10/10/201846 minutes, 50 seconds
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David MacLaughlin | 2018 Markus Barth Symposium

"Like Son, like Father? Did Markus influence Karl's thinking on baptism?" Speaker: David MacLaughlin, Associate Professor of New Testament, Atlantic School of Theology
10/10/201850 minutes, 49 seconds
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Dr. Jacqueline Lapsley preaches on Isaiah 49:13-18

October 4, 2018 | Miller Chapel “Outdoing the Destroyers” Speaker: Dr. Jacqueline Lapsley, Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Old Testament
10/10/201810 minutes, 59 seconds
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Convocation 5: Anathea Portier-Young | 2018 Engle Institute

June 15, 2018 | 2018 Engle Institute "Embodied Experience Shapes God’s Word: Implications for Contemporary Preaching" Speaker: Anathea Portier-Young, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Duke Divinity School
10/5/201858 minutes, 44 seconds
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Convocation 4: Anathea Portier-Young | 2018 Engle Institute

June 14, 2018 | 2018 Engle Institute "Racing Hearts and Faltering Knees: Embodied Reception of Biblical Prophecy" Speaker: Anathea Portier-Young, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Duke Divinity School
10/5/201848 minutes, 52 seconds
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Convocation 3: Anathea Portier-Young | 2018 Engle Institute

June 13, 2018 | 2018 Engle Institute "From Sign Act to Embodied Prophecy" Speaker: Anathea Portier-Young, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Duke Divinity School
10/5/201853 minutes, 9 seconds
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Convocation 2: Anathea Portier-Young | 2018 Engle Institute

June 12, 2018 | 2018 Engle Institute "Grabbed by the Hair and Punched in the Jaw: Prophetic Encounter with an Embodied God" Speaker: Anathea Portier-Young, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Duke Divinity School
10/3/201859 minutes, 6 seconds
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Convocation 1: Anathea Portier-Young | 2018 Engle Institute

June 11, 2018 | 2018 Engle Institute "More than a Message: Re-embodying Prophetic Experience, Action, and Word" Speaker: Anathea Portier-Young, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Duke Divinity School
10/3/201853 minutes, 10 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Philippians 1:12-18a

September 27, 2018 | Miller Chapel "These proclaim Christ out of love… the other proclaim Christ out of selfish ambition…" (1:16-17) Some expressions of Christianity are embarrassing. Often it appears that the more anti-intellectual, and theologically naïve preachers are the more popular they are. But that should not be our deepest embarrassment. The real problem is the lack of love that sometimes accompanies our theological sophistication.
9/28/201812 minutes, 25 seconds
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Dr. Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger | “Life Together: Called to Compassion”

September 5, 2018 | Miller Chapel Opening Convocation Address for the 2018–19 Academic Year Speaker: Dr. Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger, Charlotte W. Newcombe Professor of Pastoral Theology Address: “Life Together: Called to Compassion”
9/17/201839 minutes, 9 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Philippians 1:1-11

September 13, 2018 | Miller Chapel "…the one who began a good work in you will bring it to completion…" (1:6) Postmodern society is suspicious of embracing narratives or even plots. We are now tempted to believe life is a series of disconnected events that have no meaning apart from what we bring to them. But by grace, we have been incorporated into the good work of a Creator who is not done.
9/14/201813 minutes, 28 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ecclesiastes 9:7-10

September 6, 2018 | Miller Chapel Opening Communion for the 2018–19 Academic Year Preacher: M. Craig Barnes, president and professor of pastoral ministry Sermon: “Choosing Joy” (Ecclesiastes 9:7-10) "So eat your bread with enjoyment, and drink your wine with a merry heart, for God long ago approved of what you do." We tend to think more seriously about the spirituality of the cross and suffering, then we do the spirituality of having a merry heart. But God has approved our joy.
9/10/201815 minutes, 3 seconds
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Andrew Root | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference

June 22, 2018 | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference “Karl Barth, Charles Taylor, and the Malaise of Pastoral Identity” Speaker: Andrew Root, Carrie Olson Baalson Associate Professor of Youth and Family Ministry, Luther Seminary
7/6/20181 hour, 14 minutes, 5 seconds
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Nibs Stroupe | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference

June 23, 2018 | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference “We Have Seen the Lord!” Speaker: Nibs Stroupe, pastor and author Due to a technical error, several minutes of this session were not recorded. View the complete text online at http://ptsem.edu/nibs-stroupe-barth-lecture.
7/3/201843 minutes, 42 seconds
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Christian Andrews | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference

June 23, 2018 | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference “The Roaring Lion” Speaker: Christian Andrews, Lead Pastor, Renaissance Church
7/3/201855 minutes, 41 seconds
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Rev. Fleming Rutledge | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference

June 21, 2018 | 2018 Barth Pastors Conference “The Living One Who Makes Alive” Speaker: Rev. Fleming Rutledge, preacher, teacher, and author
7/3/201840 minutes, 36 seconds
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David Clough | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 19, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Using Barth ‘to Justify Doing Nothing’: James Cone’s Unanswered Critique of Barth Studies, 50 Years On” Speaker: David Clough, Professor of Theological Ethics, University of Chester
7/3/201844 minutes, 3 seconds
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Andrea White | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 19, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference "Political Apostasy, Black Nihilism, and Barth” Speaker: Andrea White, Associate Professor of Theology and Culture, Union Theological Seminary
7/3/201852 minutes, 26 seconds
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David Clough | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 19, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Using Barth ‘to Justify Doing Nothing’: James Cone’s Unanswered Critique of Barth Studies, 50 Years On” Speaker: David Clough, Professor of Theological Ethics, University of Chester
7/3/201844 minutes, 3 seconds
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Raymond Carr | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 19, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Theolonius Monk - Icon of the Eschaton: Karl Barth, James Cone, and the ‘Impossible Possibility’ of a Theology of Freedom” Speaker: Raymond Carr, Assistant Professor of Theology and Ethics in Religion and Philosophy Division, Pepperdine University
7/3/201852 minutes, 54 seconds
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Faye Bodley-Dangelo | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 20, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Gender and the Morphological Imaginary in Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics” Speaker: Faye Bodley-Dangelo, Managing Editor, Harvard Theological Review
7/3/201856 minutes, 20 seconds
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Paul Dafydd Jones | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 19, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Liberation Theology After Charlottesville” Speaker: Paul Dafydd Jones, Associate Professor; Co-Director, The Project of Religion and its Publics, University of Virginia
7/3/201855 minutes, 55 seconds
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Graham Ward | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 20, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Liberation Theology: Does Karl Barth Have Anything to Offer Here?” Speaker: Graham Ward, Regius Professor of Divinity at Christ Church College, University of Oxford
7/3/201858 minutes, 16 seconds
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Brian Bantum | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 18, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference "'Clothed in Flesh': The Artist, Liberation, and the Future of Barthian Theology” Speaker: Brian Bantum, Associate Professor of Theology, Seattle Pacific University
7/3/201854 minutes, 1 second
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Willie James Jennings | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 18, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Another Knowledge of God is Possible: Barth Among Post-Colonial Epistemologists” Speaker: Willie James Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies, Yale Divinity School
7/3/201849 minutes, 26 seconds
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Hanna Reichel | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 18, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference "The Other Question between Projection, Colonial Imagination, and Liberation” Speaker: Hanna Reichel, Associate Professor of Reformed Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary
7/3/201857 minutes, 41 seconds
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Luis Rivera-Pagán | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference

June 17, 2018 | 2018 Annual Karl Barth Conference “Karl Barth and the Origins of Liberation Theology" Speaker: Luis Rivera-Pagán, Henry Winters Luce Professor in Ecumenics Emeritus, Princeton Theological Seminary
7/3/201848 minutes, 23 seconds
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2018 Commencement Address

May 19, 2018 | Princeton University Chapel President Barnes delivers the 206th commencement address at Princeton Theological Seminary – May 19, 2018
5/31/201815 minutes, 36 seconds
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Dean James Kay | Reunion 2018

May 16, 2018 | Reunion 2018 Dean James F. Kay preaches on 1 John 3:1-3 during the closing worship service of Reunion 2018.
5/21/201824 minutes, 48 seconds
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Rear Admiral Margaret G. Kibben, CHC, USN | Reunion 2018

May 16, 2018 | Reunion 2018 AAEC Service Award Lecture: “At the Frontline of Faith There Is Faith at the Frontlines” Lecturer: Rear Admiral Margaret G. Kibben, CHC, USN
5/21/201846 minutes, 27 seconds
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Panel Discussion | Reunion 2018

May 15, 2018 | Reunion 2018 “This is My Story": Faculty reflections and connections at Reunion 2018 Speakers: Sonia E. Waters, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary Mark S. Smith, Helena Professor of Old Testament Language and Exegesis, Princeton Theological Seminary Gerald C. Liu, Assistant Professor of Worship and Preaching, Princeton Theological Seminary Yvette Joy Harris-Smith, Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Speech, Princeton Theological Seminary
5/21/201842 minutes, 18 seconds
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Sheree Jones | Reunion 2018

May 15, 2018 | Reunion 2018 Service of Remembrance Preacher: Sheree Jones '10 MDiv
5/21/201853 minutes, 26 seconds
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President Craig Barnes - Opening Worship | Reunion 2018

May 14, 2018 | Reunion 2018 President Craig Barnes welcomes alumni to Reunion 2018 and preaches on Acts 9:1-19.
5/21/201818 minutes, 18 seconds
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Miroslav Volf | Reunion 2018

May 15, 2018 | Reunion 2018 Keynote Lecture: “Trust and Trustworthiness” Speaker: Dr. Miroslav Volf, Henry B. Wright Professor of Systematic Theology and founding director of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School
5/21/201851 minutes, 54 seconds
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2018 Commencement Ceremony

May 19, 2018 | Princeton University Chapel 206th Princeton Theological Seminary Commencement Exercises
5/19/20182 hours, 11 minutes, 57 seconds
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Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross - Sermon 2 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 27, 2018 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Preacher: Rev. Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross, Arthur Sarell Rudd Associate Professor of Speech Communication in Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary
5/3/201825 minutes, 33 seconds
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Dr. Brian Bantum - Lecture 2 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 27, 2018 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry “Unruly Gaps: Towards a Theology of the Visual Life” Lecturer: Dr. Brian Bantum, Associate Professor of Theology, Seattle Pacific University
5/3/201834 minutes, 34 seconds
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Dr. Brian Bantum - Lecture 1 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 26, 2018 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry “True Ornamentations: The Making of the Western Icon” Lecturer: Dr. Brian Bantum, Associate Professor of Theology, Seattle Pacific University
5/3/201856 minutes, 57 seconds
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Rev. Kermit Moss | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 26, 2018 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry “Wonderful” Preacher: Rev. Kermit Moss, PhD candidate in the area of Practical Theology (Christian Education and Formation), Princeton Theological Seminary, and Interim Director of the Center for Black Church Studies
5/3/201817 minutes, 48 seconds
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Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross - Sermon 1 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 25, 2018 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Preacher: Rev. Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross, Arthur Sarell Rudd Associate Professor of Speech Communication in Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary
5/3/201824 minutes, 56 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Christy Lang-Hearlson | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 25, 2017 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry “Renewing the Imagination: Helping Youth (and Ourselves) Imagine Alternatives to Consumer Culture” Lecturer: Rev. Dr. Christy Lang-Hearlson, Assistant Professor of Religious and Theological Education, Villanova University
5/3/201843 minutes, 10 seconds
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Dr. Matthew Milliner | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 24, 2018 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry “Cleansing the Temple” Lecturer: Dr. Matthew Milliner, Associate Professor of Art History, Wheaton College
5/3/201851 minutes, 16 seconds
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Rev. Aqueelah Ligonde | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry

April 24, 2018 | 2018 Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry Sermon: “I’ll Believe It When I See It” Preacher: Rev. Aqueelah Ligonde, Pastor, First Presbyterian Church of Far Rockaway, New York, and Staff Consultant, Ministry Architects
5/3/201818 minutes, 15 seconds
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Dr. Karlfried Froehlich | The 2018 Frederick Neumann Memorial Lecture

April 20, 2018 | Princeton Theological Seminary Library Lecture: “‘A Man of God is in this Town’ (1 Sam 9:6): Princeton Years of the Ethiopian Patriarch Abuna Paulos (1936–2012)” Lecturer: Dr. Karlfried Froehlich, Benjamin B. Warfield Professor of Ecclesiastical History Emeritus, Princeton Theological Seminary
4/24/201847 minutes, 31 seconds
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2018 Spring Handbell Concert

April 7, 2018 | Miller Chapel “Let All Things Now Living” This concert welcomes the coming of spring with a selection of pieces from cultures from around the world, celebrating the wonders of creation and praising the God who made it and called it good. The Princeton Ringers spring concert features Princeton Seminary students, spouses, staff, and friends from churches across the community. It is under the direction of James Klotz.
4/20/201844 minutes, 32 seconds
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Easter Journey: A Concert of Hymns, Readings, and Reflections

April 14, 2018 | Miller Chapel This spring concert features the Princeton Seminary Chapel Choir under the leadership of Martin Tel and Michael Gittens. Choral pieces include three new arrangements commissioned by Princeton Seminary within the last year: Alice Parker’s “Come, O Thou Traveler Unknown,” Ben Brody’s “I Believe,” and Michael Gittens’ “Breathe on Me, Breath of God.”
4/20/20181 hour, 15 minutes, 17 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 6:10-17

April 19, 2018 | Miller Chapel "Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his power." We are tempted to think of weakness as a spiritual virtue, and strength and power as things to be feared. But there is nothing inherently spiritual about weakness, nor inherently wrong with being strong. The call is to be strong in the Lord. It always gets back to grace.
4/20/201811 minutes, 28 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 5:6-20

March 29, 2018 | Miller Chapel "For once you were in darkness, but now in the Lord you are light. Live as children of light . . ." The light doesn’t come from us, but from Christ. And the mission of being a child of light is to shine in the darkness. Christ’s community does not exist for itself, but for his mission.
3/29/201813 minutes, 23 seconds
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Dr. Dirk J. Smit | “'Making the Good Confession Before Pontius Pilate' – Framed by Politics?”

March 21, 2018 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture VI: “'Making the Good Confession Before Pontius Pilate' – Framed by Politics?” Lecturer: Dr. Dirk J. Smit
3/27/201855 minutes, 30 seconds
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Dr. Dirk J. Smit | “'When You Come Together'? – Discerning the Body”

March 22, 2018 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture V: “'When You Come Together'? – Discerning the Body” Lecturer: Dr. Dirk J. Smit
3/27/201850 minutes, 30 seconds
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Dr. Dirk J. Smit | “'Because They Saw that the Child was Beautiful'? – Recognizing Glory”

March 20, 2018 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture IV: “'Because They Saw that the Child was Beautiful'? – Recognizing Glory” Lecturer: Dr. Dirk J. Smit
3/27/201850 minutes, 52 seconds
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Dr. Dirk J. Smit | “'With Sighs Too Deep For Words'? – Imagining a Different World"

March 20, 2018 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture III: “'With Sighs Too Deep For Words'? – Imagining a Different World” Lecturer: Dr. Dirk J. Smit
3/27/201847 minutes, 5 seconds
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Dr. Dirk J. Smit | “'By the Mercies of God'? – Considering Justification"

March 20, 2018 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture II: “'By the Mercies of God'? – Considering Justification” Lecturer: Dr. Dirk J. Smit
3/27/201853 minutes, 25 seconds
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Dr. Dirk J. Smit | “'Hope for Even the Most Wretched'? – Rethinking Election”

March 19, 2018 | Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures Lecture I: “'Hope for Even the Most Wretched'? – Rethinking Election” Lecturer: Dr. Dirk J. Smit
3/27/201844 minutes, 14 seconds
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Mme Monique Misenga Mukuna | 4th African Women Extraordinaire Symposium

March 16, 2018 Keynote Address: “The Many Faces of Violence and How Women Confront and Resist Violence in Congo-Kinshasa" Lecturer: Mme Monique Misenga Mukuna
3/26/201832 minutes, 58 seconds
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Dr. Médine Moussounga Keener | 4th African Women Extraordinaire Symposium

March 16, 2018 Keynote Address: "Becoming One of Them: Women Experiencing Violence in Congo-Brazzaville" Lecturer: Dr. Médine Moussounga Keener
3/23/201851 minutes, 44 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 4:14-16

March 22, 2018 | Miller Chapel "But speaking the truth in love, we must grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ." If we cannot speak the truth in love it is not the truth of Christ. And if we cannot love in truth, it is not love. A community of Christ holds truth and love together.
3/23/20189 minutes, 28 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 3:14-21

March 15, 2018 | Miller Chapel "I pray that you may have the power to . . . know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge . . ." What does it mean to know a love that surpasses knowledge? The point of theology is greater than knowledge about God. The point is to know God. But that can only happen in community.
3/16/201814 minutes, 34 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 2:11-22

March 1, 2018 | Miller Chapel ". . . you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are citizens with the saints and also members of the household of God." When we remember that we are adopted Gentiles in the household of God, we get less interested in thinking about us vs. them. By the grace of God there is no them. Only us – who have been “brought near by the blood of Christ.”
3/2/201816 minutes, 5 seconds
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"Art as Resistance" | Dr. Daniel White Hodge

February 22, 2018 | Princeton Theological Seminary Library "Art as Resistance" Lecturer: Dr. Daniel White Hodge, associate professor of intercultural communication at North Park University
2/26/201856 minutes, 44 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III | The 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture

February 15, 2018 | Miller Chapel "#STAYWOKE" The 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture at Princeton Theological Seminary Lecturer: The Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, senior pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago, Illinois
2/19/201841 minutes, 1 second
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 2:1-10

February 15, 2018 | Miller Chapel "But God, who is rich in mercy, out of the great love with which he loved us even when we were dead through our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ —by grace you have been saved." The Gospel always turns on the holy word “but.” We were dead, but God made us alive. None of us can self-construct a life. But grace brings us back to life in Christ’s community.
2/16/201814 minutes, 28 seconds
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Eugene Rogers | 2018 Graduate Student Conference

Keynote lecture at the 2017 Princeton Theological Seminary ​Annual Graduate Student Conference on “Christianity and the Body” Lecturer: Dr. Eugene Rogers, Professor, ​University of North Carolina at Greensboro
2/12/201855 minutes, 16 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 1:1–14

February 8, 2018 | Miller Chapel “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places.” Paul uses the phrase "in Christ" nine times in 14 verses. What does this mean, and why is it so important for the church to understand? To be in Christ, is to participate in his community.
2/8/201814 minutes, 18 seconds
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Erin Raffety | Disability and Youth Ministry Conference

February 1-2, 2018 | Disability and Youth Ministry Conference Speaker: Rev. Dr. Erin Raffety, Lecturer in Youth, Church, and Culture in the Department of Practical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary
2/4/201842 minutes, 8 seconds
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John Swinton - Keynote 2 | Disability and Youth Ministry Conference

February 1-2, 2018 | Disability and Youth Ministry Conference Speaker: Dr. John Swinton, Chair in Divinity and Religious Studies at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
2/4/201858 minutes, 51 seconds
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John Swinton - Keynote 1 | Disability and Youth Ministry Conference

February 1-2, 2018 | Disability and Youth Ministry Conference Speaker: Dr. John Swinton, Chair in Divinity and Religious Studies at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
2/3/201844 minutes, 11 seconds
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Dr. Jacob K. Olupona | 2018 World Christianity Conference

Keynote Address: "An Agenda for the 21st Century" Speaker: Jacob K. Olupona, professor of African and African American studies, Harvard University, and professor of African religion, Harvard Divinity School
1/23/201842 minutes, 35 seconds
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Keri L. Day | Spring 2018 Opening Communion Sermon

Opening Communion for the 2018 Spring Semester Preacher: Keri L. Day, associate professor of constructive theology and African American religion Sermon: “Give Me a Song of Hope”
1/23/201811 minutes, 59 seconds
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Dr. Dale T. Irvin | 2018 World Christianity Conference

Keynote Address: "World Christianity: A Genealogy" Speaker: Dale T. Irvin, president, New York Theological Seminary
1/23/201833 minutes, 38 seconds
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Dr. Dennis Britton | African Christians and the Reformation Workshop

November 1, 2017 “Reforming Ethiopia: From Kebra Nagast to Protestant England” Lecturer: Dr. Dennis Britton, associate professor of English, Cambridge Program director, University of New Hampshire
1/2/201852 minutes, 3 seconds
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Dr. Frieder Ludwig | African Christians and the Reformation Workshop

November 1, 2017 “Perceptions of Martin Luther in Africa: Aspects of a Complex Heritage” Lecturer: Dr. Frieder Ludwig, Fachhochschule für Interkulturelle Theologie Hermannsburg
1/2/201849 minutes, 12 seconds
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Dr. David D. Daniels III | African Christians and the Reformation Workshop

November 1, 2017 “Ethiopian Christianity in the World of Martin Luther and 16th Century Protestantism” Lecturer: Dr. David D. Daniels III, Henry Winters Luce Professor of World Christianity, McCormick Theological Seminary
1/2/201841 minutes, 20 seconds
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Dr. Jeroen DeWulf | African Christians and the Reformation Workshop

October 31, 2017 “From Pinkster to Pentecostal” Speaker: Dr. Jeroen DeWulf, associate professor in the Department of German, University of California, Berkeley
1/2/201848 minutes, 59 seconds
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Dr. Katharine Gerbner | African Christians and the Reformation Workshop

October 31, 2017 “Caribbean Reformations: Black Christians, Protestant Missionaries, and the Limits of Freedom in the Atlantic World” Speaker: Dr. Katharine Gerbner, assistant professor of history, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
1/2/201844 minutes, 55 seconds
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Dr. Afe Adogame | African Christians and the Reformation Workshop

October 31, 2017 African Christians and the Reformation Workshop Speaker: Dr. Afeosemime "Afe” Adogame, Maxell M. Upson Professor of Christianity and Society, Princeton Theological Seminary
1/2/201830 minutes, 12 seconds
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Panel Discussion | The Bible and Ethics in Christian Life

November 9, 2017 The Bible and Ethics in Christian Life: Race, Class, Gender, and Ecological Justice Panelists: • Dr. Eric Barreto, Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament, Princeton Seminary • Dr. Bruce Birch, dean and professor of biblical theology, Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington DC • Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda, professor of theological and social ethics, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Church Divinity School of the Pacific, and the Graduate Theological Seminary (affiliated with Columbia University) • Dr. Peter Paris, Elmer G. Homrighausen Professor of Christian Ethics Emeritus, Princeton Seminary • Dr. Larry Rasmussen, Reinhold Niebuhr ProfessorEmeritus of Social Ethics, Union Theological Seminary (New York City) Moderator: Dr. Jacqueline Lapsley, associate professor of Old Testament and director of The Center for Theology, Women, and Gender, Princeton Seminary
1/2/201853 seconds
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Dr. Julianna Claassens | “The Case of the Trafficked Princesses (Jeremiah 40-44)"

November 15, 2017 | Princeton Theological Seminary Library “The Case of the Trafficked Princesses: Trauma Hermeneutics as Pedagogical Tool for Teaching on Gender-Based Violence” Lecturer: Dr. Julianna Claassens, professor of Old Testament, chair of the Department of Old and New Testament, and head of the gender unit, Faculty of Theology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
1/2/201832 minutes, 22 seconds
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2017 Carols of Many Nations Concert

December 13, 2017 | Miller Chapel The Carols of Many Nations service includes readings, choral anthems, and congregational carols led by the Princeton Seminary Choir and international students and staff of the Seminary.
1/2/20181 hour, 44 minutes, 5 seconds
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2017 Princeton Ringers Holiday Handbell Concert

December 16, 2017 | Miller Chapel “Ring and Sing Glory to the Newborn King!” Under the direction of James Klotz, the Princeton Ringers are comprised of Seminary students, spouses, staff, and friends from churches across the community.
1/2/201852 minutes, 18 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Ephesians 4:1-6

Fall 2016 Opening Communion Sermon “Dreams and Realities of Community”
12/22/201731 minutes, 48 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on 1 Kings 19:19–21

December 7, 2017 | Miller Chapel “Inheriting the Mantle” No matter how creative your means may be, no one really invents ministry any more than we could invent the gospel. Whether we acknowledge it or not, we all stand on the shoulders of others. In ministry we’re just participating in the next chapter of the Reformation of the church.
12/11/201710 minutes, 25 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on 1 Kings 19:1–13

November 30, 2017 | Miller Chapel
12/1/201715 minutes, 31 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on 1 Kings 18:20–24

November 9, 2017 | Miller Chapel “Giving Up the Limp” In the times when the famine has been most severe you have to choose if you are going to worship God or Baal. Most of us claim to worship God, but we have a Plan B just in case. Plan B is always Plan Baal.
11/14/201712 minutes, 21 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on 1 Kings 17:1, 8–16

November 2, 2017 | Miller Chapel Listening to God is as much skill as it is gift. And the skill comes from learning to tune your ears. Elijah had to listen to God with the poor widow before he could listen to God in the high drama on Mt. Carmel.
11/7/201714 minutes, 47 seconds
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Sister Miriam Therese Winter | 2017 Women in Ministry Conference

Speaker: Sister Miriam Therese Winter, faculty associate in transformative leadership and spirituality, director, master of arts in transformative leadership and spirituality, and director of the Women’s Leadership Institute, Hartford Seminary, Hartford, Connecticut
10/25/201733 minutes, 56 seconds
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Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon | 2017 Women in Ministry Conference

“Thinking with our Hearts/Feeling with our Brains: Testimonies of Faith that History Might Otherwise Forget” Speaker: Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon, Annie Scales Rogers Professor of Christian Ethics, Union Presbyterian Seminary
10/25/201739 minutes, 50 seconds
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Rev. Julie M. Hoplamazian | 2017 Women in Ministry Conference

“Faith of Our Mothers” Preacher: The Reverend Julie M. Hoplamazian, rector, The Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew, Brooklyn, NY
10/25/201714 minutes, 37 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Psalm 56, 57:1

October 12, 2017 | Miller Chapel "The Wings of Refuge” It is impossible to survive in any environment, including a Christian one, without a sanctuary. It is only a matter of time before “the destroying storms” pass your way. But what does it substantively mean to find shelter under God’s wings?
10/12/201711 minutes, 30 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Psalm 27:1-6

October 5, 2017 | Miller Chapel “Beholding God’s Beauty” David seeks communion with God in order to seek truth and to behold God’s beauty. Most Protestants are better at seeking than we are at beholding. But the purpose of seeking truth is precisely to behold the beauty of God.
10/12/201712 minutes, 5 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Psalm 1

September 21, 2017 | Miller Chapel “Being Rooted” The purpose of theological study, worship, and participation in community is to develop deep roots like a tree planted by streams of water. But the purpose of being rooted is to bear fruit.
9/26/201712 minutes, 20 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on Matthew 13:24-30

September 8, 2017 | Miller Chapel "Weeds in the Garden"
9/26/201714 minutes, 11 seconds
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Jacqueline Lapsley | "Disruptive Covenant"

Opening Convocation for the 2017–18 Academic Year Speaker: Jacqueline Lapsley, Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Old Testament
9/26/201737 minutes, 45 seconds
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Fall 2017 Opening Communion

Opening Communion for the 2017–18 Academic Year Preacher: President Craig Barnes
9/15/201755 minutes, 18 seconds
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Fall 2017 Opening Convocation

Opening Convocation for the 2017–18 Academic Year Speaker: Jacqueline Lapsley, associate professor of Old Testament
9/15/201758 minutes, 27 seconds
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CONVERSATIONS with Craig Barnes, Episode 5 | Jacqueline Lapsley on Ecology and Scripture

President Barnes talks with Old Testament Professor Jacqueline Lapsley about her experiences teaching scripture and working alongside her students at the Farminary.
6/20/20179 minutes, 19 seconds
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CONVERSATIONS with Craig Barnes, Episode 4 | Ron White on Religion and Politics

President Barnes talks with Ronald C. White, best-selling author and historian, about how his theological training informs the way he does history and thinks about the intersection of religion and politics.
6/14/201713 minutes, 51 seconds
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CONVERSATIONS with Craig Barnes, Episode 3 | Lisa Bowens on Church Planting

President Barnes talks with Lisa Bowens, Assistant Professor of New Testament, about reading scripture through a missional lens and how she seeks to prepare students for the exciting challenges of church planting.
5/30/201713 minutes, 10 seconds
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CONVERSATIONS with Craig Barnes, Episode 2 | Kenda Dean on Social Entrepreneurship

President Barnes talks with Kenda Dean, Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture, about how churches can learn to take risks, innovate new forms of ministry, and make a difference for the good of their communities.
5/23/201714 minutes, 38 seconds
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2017 Commencement Ceremony | Commencement Address

May 20, 2017 | Princeton University Chapel Speaker: President Craig Barnes
5/22/201712 minutes, 54 seconds
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2017 Commencement Ceremony

May 20, 2017 | Princeton University Chapel 205th Princeton Theological Seminary Commencement Exercises
5/21/20172 hours, 21 minutes, 25 seconds
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Reunion 2017 | Closing Worship

Preacher: Dr. William Robinson, chair, Board of Trustees Miller Chapel
5/18/201748 minutes, 36 seconds
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CONVERSATIONS with Craig Barnes, Episode 1 | Nate Stucky on Theology and Sustainable Agriculture

President Barnes talks with Nate Stucky, Director of the Farminary Project, about theology, sustainable agriculture, and the kind of formation that happens when students learn with their hands in the dirt.
5/16/201712 minutes, 9 seconds
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The President's Faculty Panel | Reunion 2017

"RE:think the Reformation" Auditorium, Mackay Campus Center Moderator: President M. Craig Barnes Panelists: Kenneth G. Appold, James Hastings Nichols Professor of Reformation History Karlfried Froehlich, Benjamin B. Warfield Professor of Ecclesiastical History Emeritus Geddes W. Hanson, Charlotte Newcombe Professor of Congregational Ministry Emeritus Elsie Anne McKee, Archibald Alexander Professor of Reformation Studies and the History of Worship Peter Paris, Elmer G. Homrighausen Professor of Christian Social Ethics Emeritus
5/16/20171 hour, 33 minutes
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Welcome and Opening Worship | Reunion 2017

Reunion 2017 | Miller Chapel Preacher: President M. Craig Barnes
5/15/201758 minutes, 52 seconds
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Eugene Cho | Reunion 2017

"The Whole Gospel" Lecturer: Eugene Cho, Distinguished Alumnus
5/15/201748 minutes, 51 seconds
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Communion and Service of Remembrance | Reunion 2017

Reunion 2017 | Miller Chapel
5/15/20171 hour, 48 seconds
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Will Willimon | Reunion 2017

"Christian Ministry: Reformed and Ever Reforming" Lecturer: William H. Willimon A retired bishop of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church, Willimon currently serves as professor of the practice of Christian ministry at Duke Divinity School.
5/14/201739 minutes, 11 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 11:45-57

March 30, 2017 | Miller Chapel "It is better for you to have one man die for the people than to have the whole nation destroyed." A plot develops to kill Jesus immediately after he raises Lazarus from the dead. Seeing the new life that Jesus offers forces a choice. Do you want it? Or would you rather orient your life around the old paradigm of coping with losses? The church needs more than ministers who help people cope.
5/8/20179 minutes, 50 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 11:38-44

March 23, 2017 | Miller Chapel "Unbind him, and let him go." Grace is the startling act of a Savior who stands at the doors of our tombs and invites us to “come out.” Faith is the God given courage to walk out of the tomb into which we have settled. Both are necessary to enjoy new life. But Jesus has no interest in helping us make our tombs more comfortable.
5/8/201711 minutes, 2 seconds
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President Barnes preaches on John 11:17-36

March 16, 2017 | Miller Chapel "Everyone who lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?" Martha rushed to Jesus, but Mary remained lost in her tears. But both of them offered the same lament at different times: “If you had been here our brother would not have died.” They both believed in their expectations of what