Graduate Theological Union
Crucial Conversations: GTU Faculty and Alumni Reflect on Stem Cell Research
A survey of the contributions of GTU scholars to the debate about stem-cell research, including questions about the nature of decision-making and the meaning of human identity.
Stem Cell Ethics Debate Originated at the GTU
Read the story behind the story!
Point of View: Religion and Globalization
In this new feature, CDSP President Donn Morgan and ABSW President Keith Russell reflect on the religious and spiritual issues raised by the contemporary context of globalization.
2004-2005 Newhall Awards
This year’s topics reflect the wide spectrum of rich interdisciplinary projects undertaken at the GTU, with Asian theology, ethics and genetics, globalization, and literature and religion among them.
From the Bookshelf
Faculty describe their favorite books of the past year—on topics ranging from Mormonism to astronomy to art and religion.
Religion and Politics
GTU faculty member Jerome Baggett analyzes the role of religion in America’s civic landscape, the “culture wars,” and the fate of the religious left.
Hewlett Library to Acquire New Collection
A $150,000 grant will establish the William Randolph Hearst Collection of Literature and Multimedia.
From the President's Desk
President Jim Donahue discusses what’s behind all the talk about religion and values in the presidential campaign.
- Honor Roll of Donors 2003-04