Situated in Princeton, New Jersey; Princeton biblical theological seminary (PTS) is one of the main colleges of the United States of America. Set up in 1812 by the Presbyterian Church, the establishment is a main report place for Theology. With 700 or more understudies, the theological college likewise offers courses in medication, law, social work, training, organization; and various lectureships.
Degrees and Programs
The degrees given here have a place with different teachers separated from its chief subjects Theology and Religion. Aside from the bosses and doctorate degrees, the middle additionally considers the exposition understudies, who can join the doctoral study understudy program offered by the theological college. The significant post graduate and doctorate degrees of the theological college are as per the following:
- Experts of Arts (M.A.)
- Experts of Theology (Th.M.)
- Bosses of Arts (Theological Studies)
- Experts of Divinity (M.Div.)
- Double M.Div./M.A. in Christian Education or Youth Ministry
- Specialist of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
The middle has the second biggest assortment of religious writing on the planet, being the biggest in the United States. Countless books, diaries, microfilms, yearly reports, releases and flyers are ordered in the two libraries; the Speer Library opened in 1957 and the Henry Luce III Library opened in 1994.
Other Important Bodies
The Center for Barth Studies named after Karl Barth, began in 1997, by the theological school workforce board which subsidizes the religious gatherings, investigates, conversations and distributions. The Abraham Kuyper Center for Public Theology known after the name of Abraham Kuyper centers around the history and religious philosophy of Dutch Reformed Protestantism. In 1978, the Princeton Theological Seminary’s Board of Trustees laid the stone of the Center of Theological Inquiry to do the milestone and advance level philosophical study.
Yearly Conferences and Annual Journal
The theological school conducts meetings twice in a year. The Annual Conference on Karl Barth happens in June and the Annual Kuyper Conference happens in April. The yearly diary ‘Koinonia’ in light of philosophy and writing is exceptionally mainstream and is circulated across 100 or more libraries of the world.