It’s a new canon, a canon of faith-based books, which can be found on Princeton’s online theological library.
The new canon is part of the larger effort to make Princeton a center of theological inquiry and a place where faith-filled students and scholars can engage in dialogue.
Princeton’s theology department recently opened an online theology research program, a new chapter of which is currently under way.
Its name is “New Religious Canon.”
The new Canon includes books that are not explicitly religious in nature.
It includes works that are more general, like The New Testament and The Christian Scriptures.
It is also inclusive, with books like The Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke.
These are books that aren’t about faith per se, but they offer a framework for how to think about how faith is shared, or what faith means to people of faith.
The New Religious Canon is a work in progress, but we know it’s going to be better than before.
This article first appeared on The Verge.