The Neill Quinn Hamilton Manuscript Collection
|Creator:||Hamilton, Neill Quinn|
|Dates:||circa 1951, undated|
|Extent:||2 boxes (1.6 linear feet)|
|Repository:||Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.|
|1925 December 6||Born, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
|1944-1947||United States Navy|
|1946||Graduated, Duke University|
|1948-1951||B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1951-1953||Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1952||Ordained, United Presbyterian Church, Presbytery of Monongahela|
|1956||Th.D., University of Heidelberg|
The Rev. Dr. Hamilton taught as Professor of New Testament at San Francisco Theological Seminary, Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, and the School of Theology and Graduate School at Drew University.
Scope and Content
This collection includes lecture notes and materials for classes in New Testament and Practical Theology from Rev. Hamilton's career at Drew University. Also included are papers from his course work at Princeton Seminary, including a two-volume set of printed notes from Dr. Otto Piper's New Testament Theology class.
Hamilton, Neill Quinn--Archives.
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New Testament scholars--United States--Archives.
Princeton Theological Seminary. Library. Manuscript collections.
This collection was donated to the Seminary Libraries in two installments by Rev. Hamilton's widow, in November of 1998 and September 1999. The collection was processed, and the original finding aid was written in September of 1999, by Douglas Denné under the direction of William O. Harris, Archivist. The finding aid was edited by Sarah Seraphin in May of 2009.
There are no special restrictions to the access of this collection. It may be examined by library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of Special Collections.
Use of Materials
The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The Neill Quinn Hamilton Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.
|1:1||New Testament Introduction|
|1:5||Gospel of Mark|
|1:6||Gospel of John|
|1:7||Life and Theology of Paul|
|1:8||Life and Theology of Paul|
|1:9||Paul and Apostleship|
|1:15||Authority of Scripture|
|1:17||Models of Ministry|
|1:18||Career-Long Theological Education|
|1:19||Analogy of Love|
|1:21||The Effective Pastor|
|2:1||D. Min. Pilot Program|
|2:2||Seasons of a Pastor's Life|
|2:3||First Five Years of Ministry Survey|
|2:4||Pioneering in the Spirit|
|2:5||Spiritual Formation Retreat|
|2:6||Maturing in the Christian Life|
|2:8||New Testament Theology notes, vol. 1, by Dr. Piper|
|2:9||New Testament Theology notes, vol. 2, by Dr. Piper|
|2:10||Method in Bible Study|
|2:11||Spirituality and Stages of Growth|
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