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Princeton Theological Seminary Media Archive


Since the early 1950s, Princeton Theological Seminary has maintained a consistent practice of recording the many public lecture series and institutes held at the Seminary, along with major sermons, addresses, and interviews, many of them given by some of the most prominent scholars, pastors, and church leaders of their day. This archive of several thousand unique, unpublished recordings constitutes not only a living record of the Seminary’s institutional history but also an important and wide-ranging collection of valuable resources for research and ministry.

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