The Princeton Theological Review
The Princeton Theological Review is a journal currently published semi-annually by the students of Princeton Theological Seminary. It was first published with the title Biblical Repertory in 1825 by Princeton Seminary graduate and professor Charles Hodge. The name was changed to Biblical Repertory and Theological Review in 1829, Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review in 1837, Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review in 1872, The Princeton Review in 1878, The Presbyterian Review in 1880, The New Princeton Review in 1886, The Presbyterian and Reformed Review in 1890, and finally Princeton Theological Review in 1903. In 1929 the trustees of Princeton Theological Seminary discontinued its subsidization. It was revived in the mid 1990s under the name The Princeton Theological Review.
- The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Index Volume (1825-1868). Part II. Index to Authors (Page 60)
- "Digital Collections: The Princeton Theological Review". Princeton Theological Seminary Library. Unknown parameter
- Princeton Theological Seminary: A Narrative History, 1812-1992. William K. Selden. Princeton University Press, 1992. ISBN 0-9634444-1-7. pp.102, 124.
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