Graduate Theological Union

Winter 2003

  • Promoting Dialogue in Indonesia: GTU Alum Explores Faith and Tolerance
    2002 Alumnus of the Year John Titaley, who created and oversees the first graduate program in religion and society in his native Indonesia, talks about the need for a new paradigm of interfaith dialogue and understanding. He notes "Especially with 9/11, the need for openness and understanding is becoming greater. We live in a global village-it is one world right now."

  • Reading the History of Christian Spirituality
    A column by GTU Dean Arthur Holder. "The simple commandment to love does not transform our lives until it becomes the enacted story of Jesus' own suffering unto death, out of love for those in need."

  • Innovative GTU Class Tackles Globalization and Ethics
    Professor Lew Mudge and Newhall scholar Tamara Rodenberg are leading an ambitious, year-long course on "Ecumenical Social Ethics in an Age of Globalization. Also available: course syllabus and other 2002–03 Newhall awards.

  • From the President's Desk
    GTU news near and far, on a Beijing conference cosponsored by the GTU; the presidents' open letter about Iraq; a GTU panel discussion on "Preaching in a Time of Impending War," and more.