Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Publications

    

Panorama

Panorama is intended to address the timely issues related to the Seminary and to inform alums and other friends of the activities and programs for the school. The Alumnae/i Notes also communicate information about alumnae/i news. Read the latest issue.

         

Faculty Publications

The PTS faulty are not only well-known for their outstanding teaching, but also for their many publications. This list contains a selection of works from each faculty member. Check out the faculty publications.

  
 

celebrations

celebrations is a magazine published each fall and serves as a reminder of all that we have to celebrate - our programs, faculty, students, and alums. These stories cover happenings from the last year. Read the latest issue.

   

Bible Reading Guide

Available at the end of each year for the next, the Bible Reading Guide is President Carl's way of encouraging our community and friends to read the Bible. Follow the 2014 Guide.


 
 

President's Communiqué

E-mailed the first day of each month, the President's Communiqué contains greetings from President Carl in addition to highlights of the upcoming month. Signup for future e-mails. Select "Seminary News."

   

Course Catalog

Produced each year, the Seminary's catalog contains course descriptions, faculty bios, and general information about the institution. Browse the current catalog.

 

Seminary Blog

Through the Seminary's blog, Bridging the Word and the World, readers can learn more about life on campus. Read the latest post.

   

Advancement Brochure

Created to tell the Seminary's story, the Advancement brochure highlights a number of faculty, students, and special programs in addition to explaining the areas in which PTS is currently raising special funds. Review the Advancement brochure.

 

Pittsburgh Theological Journal

Available each spring, the Pittsburgh Theological Journal is a student-run journal that takes submissions from PTS faculty, staff, and students. Check out the recent Pittsburgh Theological Journal. Interested in submitting an article for a future issue? Review the submission guidelines.