Graduate Theological Union

History

M.A.

Faculty

  

Student Work

 

Youngkeun Choi, Rethinking
Protestant Nationalism in Colonial
Korea, 1910-1945: Chŏng In-gwa
and the Christianization of Korea

Bradley Arthur Peterson,
Towards a Protestant Monasticism:
The Convent Life Expressed in the
Evangelical Church Orders of 16th
Century Germany

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Stories

 
   
 

Alumni

 

Judith Bishop (Ph.D. '04), Associate
Professor, Women’s, Gender and
Sexuality Studies, Mills College

Devorah Schoenfeld (Ph.D. '07),
Assistant Professor, Theology, Loyola
University Chicago

 

Degrees

M.A.

This Area of Concentration is available to students affiliated with any of the GTU Member schools.

Overview

Historical studies provide a means for developing an understanding of the Christian religion through critical historical investigation into the unity, diversity, and development of the Christian community from its origins to the present. In asking how Christians in other places and eras acted and believed, one acquires analytical skills to evaluate present actions and beliefs. Specific strengths include ancient and eastern Christianity, medieval Jewish-Christian relations, Reformation, Christian missions, and American religious history.

M.A. Requirements

 

Faculty

Core Doctoral Faculty

Ronald Burris (ABSW) 

Arthur Holder (GTU)

John Klentos (GTU/PAOI)

James Lawrence (PSR)

Eugene Ludwig, OFM Cap (DSPT)

Hilary Martin, OP (DSPT)

Gary Macy (JST)

James Noel (SFTS)

Christopher Ocker (SFTS)

Bernard Schlager (PSR)

Augustine Thompson, OP (DSPT)

Randi Walker (PSR)

Consortial Faculty Resources

Margaret McManus (ABSW)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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