Andover Theological Seminary

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Congregationalist seminary founded in 1807 and originally located in Andover, Massachusetts on the campus of Phillips Academy.

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Harvard Divinity School

One of the constituent schools of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

One of the constituent schools of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Andover Hall
Andover Hall
Andover Chapel, Andover Hall, 2nd floor
Rockefeller Hall designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes and Associates
Harvard Divinity School Library
Rear view of the CSWR designed by Josep Lluís Sert

Andover Theological Seminary was founded in 1807 by orthodox Calvinists who fled Harvard College after it appointed liberal theologian Henry Ware to the Hollis Professorship of Divinity in 1805.)

Phillips Academy

Co-educational university-preparatory school for boarding and day students in grades 9–12, along with a post-graduate (PG) year.

Co-educational university-preparatory school for boarding and day students in grades 9–12, along with a post-graduate (PG) year.

Student body, Phillips Andover, 1910
Phillips Academy elm tree, which is estimated to be at least 200 years old
A view of Samuel Phillips Hall
Andover Battalion cadets training at the school, 1918
Graves Hall
Visitors by the American elm in front of the library (May 2020)
Western dormitory quadrangle ("West Quad").
Winslow Homer's Eight Bells, part of the Addison Gallery's Permanent Collection
Central campus at Andover
An Andover crew races on the Merrimack River.
Andover football team posing for The Phillipian, 1883
President George H. W. Bush
President George W. Bush
Josiah Quincy III
Edgar Rice Burroughs
Jessica Livingston
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Frederick Law Olmsted
Humphrey Bogart
Jack Lemmon
Bill Belichick
Lachlan Murdoch
Chris Hughes

For a hundred years of its history, Phillips Academy shared its campus with the Andover Theological Seminary, which was founded on Phillips Hill in 1807 by orthodox Calvinists who had fled Harvard College after it appointed a liberal Unitarian theologian to a professorship of divinity.

Newton Theological Institution

Baptist theological seminary founded on November 28, 1825 in Newton Centre, Massachusetts.

Baptist theological seminary founded on November 28, 1825 in Newton Centre, Massachusetts.

Newton adopted the graduate education model and three-year curriculum pioneered by Andover Theological Seminary, with which it shared a theological tradition of evangelistic zeal.

Grinnell College

Private liberal arts college in Grinnell, Iowa, United States.

Private liberal arts college in Grinnell, Iowa, United States.

Before the June 17, 1882 tornado that destroyed these buildings
Josiah Bushnell Grinnell: one of the four founders of Grinnell, Iowa and benefactor of Grinnell College.
After the June 17, 1882 tornado
East Campus dormitories connected by Grinnell's distinctive loggia.
Prairie ecosystem of the Conard Environmental Research Area
Carnegie Hall, an academic building used by the humanities and social sciences divisions
John H. T. Main Residence Hall
Grinnell College MacEachron Field
Gates Tower and Rawson Hall

In 1843, eleven Congregational ministers, all of whom trained at Andover Theological Seminary in Massachusetts, set out to proselytize on the frontier.

Fuller Theological Seminary, in Pasadena, California, United States.

Seminary

Educational institution for educating students in scripture, theology, generally to prepare them for ordination to serve as clergy, in academics, or mostly in Christian ministry.

Educational institution for educating students in scripture, theology, generally to prepare them for ordination to serve as clergy, in academics, or mostly in Christian ministry.

Fuller Theological Seminary, in Pasadena, California, United States.

The oldest seminary in the United States was Andover Theological Seminary founded in 1807 and affiliated with the Congregationalist Church.

Seal of Andover Newton Theological School

Andover Newton Theological School

Graduate school and seminary in Newton, Massachusetts.

Graduate school and seminary in Newton, Massachusetts.

Seal of Andover Newton Theological School
Andover Theological Seminary, Cambridge, Mass
Campus view
Wilson Chapel interior

Andover Newton was a product of a 1965 merger between two schools of theology: Andover Theological Seminary and Newton Theological Institution.

Adoniram Judson by George Peter Alexander Healy, 1846

Adoniram Judson

American Congregationalist and later Particular Baptist missionary, who served in Burma for almost forty years.

American Congregationalist and later Particular Baptist missionary, who served in Burma for almost forty years.

Adoniram Judson by George Peter Alexander Healy, 1846
House where Judson was born
Sailing from Salem on the "Caravan"
A Burmese Zayat
Nai Naw, the first convert to Christianity
Moung Shway Moung, an early convert to Christianity
The Bible in Burmese translated by Judson
Judson imprisoned at Ava
Ann visits Adoniram in prison
Ko-Thah-a
Baptism of Karen people in the presence of the dying George Boardman
Judson Church, Yangon University
Judson Memorial Baptist Church in Mandalay c. 1913
Judson Memorial Church today

The shock of learning the dying neighbor's identity – and that Eames had led Judson away from the Christian faith into skepticism, but was now dead – returned Judson back to the faith of his youth, although he was already attending the Andover Theological Seminary.

Missionary to Hawaii

Hiram Bingham I

Leader of the first group of American Protestant missionaries to introduce Christianity to the Hawaiian islands.

Leader of the first group of American Protestant missionaries to introduce Christianity to the Hawaiian islands.

Missionary to Hawaii
Portrait of Hiram and Sybil Moseley Bingham, by Samuel Morse, 1819

He attended Middlebury College and the Andover Theological Seminary.

Painting by George F. Wright in 1851.

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet

American educator.

American educator.

Painting by George F. Wright in 1851.
The school founded by Gallaudet in Hartford is now the American School for the Deaf
Sophia Fowler
The Gallaudet Memorial at Gallaudet University

In 1814, Gallaudet graduated from Andover Theological Seminary after a two-year course of study.

Sheet music

America (My Country, 'Tis of Thee)

American patriotic song, the lyrics of which were written by Samuel Francis Smith.

American patriotic song, the lyrics of which were written by Samuel Francis Smith.

Sheet music
Aretha Franklin at the first inauguration of Barack Obama

Samuel Francis Smith wrote the lyrics to "America" in 1831 while a student at the Andover Theological Seminary in Andover, Massachusetts.