Graduate Theological Union
A Lived Theology: Graduate’s Work Focuses on Faith and Identity
Profile of new GTU graduate Uriah Kim, who asks “How can we read the Bible by bringing in our experience and our history, rather than leaving them at the door?”
The Promise and Pain of Pluralism
A profile of Fumitaka Matsuoka, recipient of the 2004 Sarlo Excellence in Teaching Award.
Asian Theologies at the GTU
Well-known scholar Choan-Seng Song, professor of theology and Asian cultures at Pacific School of Religion, heads this new initiative.
Scholarship Awarded for Student’s Iraq Proposal
First-year doctoral student Robert Daren Erisman won a $10,000 award for an essay presenting a model for U.S.-Iraq relations.
2004 New Graduates
Take a look at our newly minted Ph.D., M.A., and M.A.B.L. graduates, and their thesis titles.
From the President’s Desk
President Jim Donahue discusses seven skills of a GTU graduate, focusing on community building.
News and Notes
The McCoy Lecture on Ethics and Public Life; new GTU advancement executive; new presidents at FST and DSPT; and GTU Board of Trustees departures.