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Seminary ChapelScripture: Mark 16:1-8The 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 i…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Luke 22:24-30After 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…
 
Seminary ChapelThe Temptation to be Less Than HumanThis 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,…
 
March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Six: The Spirit of freedom and the humanLecturer: 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…
 
March 31, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Five: The reconciling Spirit as the medium of presenceLecturer: 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…
 
March 30, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Four: The redeeming Spirit as the gift of recognitionLecturer: 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…
 
March 29, 2022 | Annie Kinkead Warfield LecturesLecture Three: The creating Spirit as the power of diversityLecturer: 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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Seminary ChapelThe Temptation to be Less Than HumanThis 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,…
 
Seminary ChapelThe Temptation to be Less Than HumanThis 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,…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Luke 9:57-62Jesus 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 surrend…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Jeremiah 29:4-11The 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…
 
Seminary ChapelScripture: Mark 5:25-34A 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 w…
 
January 31, 2022 | Seminary ChapelSermon: "The Integrity of Gethsemane" Scripture reading: Matthew 26: 38-39Dr. 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 pa…
 
January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith LeadersWorkshop: "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…
 
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 discus…
 
January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith LeadersWorkshop: "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 t…
 
January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans Contexts and Strategies for Faith LeadersPlenary 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, profes…
 
January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith LeadersThe 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 pandemi…
 
January 24, 2022 | Mental Health and Asian Americans: Contexts and Strategies for Faith LeadersWorkshop: "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 …
 
Miller ChapelScripture: 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. Ironica…
 
December 8, 2021 | Miller ChapelThe 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 v…
 
October 26, 2021 | The 2021 Students’ Lecture on Missions seriesLecture 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由Princeton Seminary
 
October 26, 2021 | The 2021 Students’ Lecture on Missions seriesLecture 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由Princeton Seminary
 
October 25, 2021 | The 2021 Students’ Lecture on Missions seriesLecture 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由Princeton Seminary
 
Miller ChapelScripture: Luke 15:25-32… you are always with me, and all that is mine is yoursThe 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 attent…
 
Miller ChapelScripture: Luke 15:25-32… I have worked for you like a slaveWe 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…
 
Miller ChapelScripture: Luke 15:25-32Now 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…
 
Miller ChapelScripture: 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 …
 
Miller ChapelScripture: Numbers 11:4-6, 13-20The 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 …
 
Miller ChapelScripture: Numbers 9:15-17The 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?” Thes…
 
September 1, 2021 | Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological SeminaryAddress: “For Mercy’s Sake: Becoming Agents of Redemptive Provocation”Scripture Readings: Isaiah 65:17-25 and Mark 3:1-6Speaker: Dr. Sally Brown, Elizabeth M. Engle Professor of Preaching and Worship, Princeton Theological Seminary由Princeton Seminary
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology Conference Lived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "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 SeminaryDr…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "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/Pacif…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextWorkshop 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…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "The Asian American Movement and the Church"Speaker: Dr. Jane Hong, Associate Professor of History, Occidental CollegeLearn more about the Asian American Program at https://www.ptsem.edu/student-life/a…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextPanel: Saturday Morning Speakers and Questions from the AudienceSpeakers: Dr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor UniversityDr. Easten Law, Assistant Di…
 
April 23, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextPanel Discussion: Friday Morning Speakers and Questions from the AudienceSpeakers: Dr. David Chao, Director of the Asian American Program, Princeton Theological SeminaryDr. Jerry Park, Associate Professor of So…
 
April 24, 2021 | Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextPanel: Field Work and Pastoral PracticeSpeakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New YorkDr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of R…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferencePanel: Best Practices for Doing Field WorkSpeakers: Dr. Geomon George, Associate Dean and Core Faculty Member, City Seminary of New YorkDr. Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Religion and George W. Baines Chair of Religion, Baylor UniversityDr. Easten Law, Assistant Director of Academic Pro…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "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 YorkLearn m…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "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 S…
 
April 24, 2021 | 2021 Asian American Theology ConferenceLived Theology in Asian America: Race, Justice, and Politics in Transpacific ContextLecture: "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 a…
 
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