Graduate Theological Union

Fall 1999

  • A Battle Between Symbols
    Isuzu Rodeos, the Lord's supper, deconstructionism, the worship of Artemis, and mass culture all made an appearance in Harvey Cox's rousing convocation address.

  • A Climate of Alertness
    The GTU welcomes Bonnie Hardwick, the new director for the Flora Lamson Hewlett Library.

  • Two Degrees of Preparation
    Azzan Yadin, the first graduate from the GTU/UCB Joint Doctoral Program in Jewish Studies, found that the program provided the "best of both worlds."

  • A New Crop of Newhalls
    With themes ranging from biblical scholarship, Taoist spirituality, and social welfare policy to the spiritual aspects of bereavement and religion in cinema, the Newhall projects exemplify the spirit of diversity which is the GTU's greatest strength.

  • From the President's Desk

  • Riddell Gifts Support "Great GTU Graduates"
    A retired research physicist at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Riddell feels that financial support of talented students is essential to the GTU's mission.

  • Recent Gifts to the GTU

  • News and Notes