Winter 2000
Volume 4 Number 3

Continuing Your Education in Smart Classrooms!
This fall the Seminary opened its new Erdman Hall Conference Center, a high-tech companion building to the Erdman Hall guest rooms and offices that debuted a year ago at the Center of Continuing Education. 

Introducing the PTS Web Team
The Seminary began the year with a new web team: Matthew Fuellhart, webmaster, and Nina Rogers, web editor. And none too soon! 

Anchoring the News on the Erdman Conference Center Big Screen
Princeton University may boast a more historic founding date, but Princeton Seminary is leading its larger, Ivy League neighbor into the videoconferencing age! And the University’s students are happy to follow. 

Spring Conferences
Women in Church
and Ministry Conference
April 10–12

Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry
April 25–28

For more information or to register, call the Center of Continuing Education, 609-497-7990.

Counterpoint:  A Drama of Love and War
When it comes to the pain of war, not much has changed since the Vietnam era of the early ’70s, when G. Robert Jacks first produced Counterpoint at Princeton Seminary. 

Black Alums Gather on Campus
The third biennial PTS Black Alumni/ae Conference sponsored by the Association of Black Seminarians (ABS) and the Black Concerns Council  brought thirty-five alums from the ’60s to the ’90s back to a campus lush with memories. 

Prize Awarded for Excellence in Reformed Theology
Princeton Seminary awarded its third annual Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Life to Dr. Eka Darmaputera in December.

Hold this Date!
The seminary will hold its annual fall Seminary Saturday on Saturday, October 21, 2000.  Plan on visiting campus that day!

PTS Student Partners with Gallup in New Book
Michael Lindsay, a PTS senior from Dallas, Texas, celebrated the release in December of his new book, Surveying the Religious Landscape, which he coauthored with George Gallup Jr. 

Kuyper Books: Destination Princeton
More than 32,500 books on Dutch theology, political history, and literature are the newest additions to Princeton Seminary’s library collection, thanks to the generosity of the Henry Luce Foundation and the keen interest that Dr. George Puchinger had in Reformed Protestantism and Christian politics.  

Giving Shape to Faith
Sculptor Nena Bryans offers tangible expressions of her faith, which in turn make faith itself more real and gripping than before. 

Hymns for a Millennium
With an entire concert based on hymn tunes,  the Seminary’s Chancel Choir, the Princeton Chamber Orchestra, Princeton Pro Musica, and area church choirs joined to present a Festival of Hymns in celebration of the 

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