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This classified bibliography of works about Abraham Kuyper currently contains over 1,400 records compiled by the staff of the Princeton Theological Seminary Library and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, assisted by Kuyper scholars worldwide.

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Digital Initiatives (this site)

A central portal for Digital Initiatives, providing the ability to search across all of our digital collections, links to those collections, and information about Digital Initiatives projects, technologies, and staff.

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The Digital Library of Abraham Kuyper contains Kuyper's complete archive (over 100,000 pages), along with a comprehensive collection of his published works. This project has been developed in cooperation with the Historical Documentation Centre for Dutch Protestantism at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, where the physical archive is housed.

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A searchable database of over 200 guides to manuscripts located in the Library’s Special Collections.

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The Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church, and Culture foster original scholarship pertaining to youth and the contemporary church. This lecture series, begun in 1996, is sponsored by The Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary. The lectures are fully searchable and can be read online or downloaded as PDF documents.

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A digitized collection of journals published by, or closely associated with, Princeton Theological Seminary from 1825 to the present.

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The Theological Commons is a digital library of books on theology and religion. Developed in partnership with the Internet Archive, the Theological Commons provides free, global access to over 75,000 volumes, all fully searchable and readable online.

Beta Release

Because web sites change frequently, ephemeral but valuable content is easily lost over time. The Web Archive project at Princeton Theological Seminary collects, preserves, and provides access to web content for current and future generations of researchers by capturing copies of selected web sites at regular intervals.

In Progress
Expansion of Theological Commons

Thanks to a $1.5M grant from the Henry Luce Foundation, we are actively undertaking a major expansion of the Theological Commons. The three-year grant has two dimensions: to engage researchers through multiple media by digitizing and incorporating audio and visual resources, and to build a truly global resource by digitizing and including content from Africa, Asia, and Latin America.