Graduate Theological Union

Winter 2004

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  • A Commitment to Justice
    The 2003 GTU Alum of the Year, Joanna Dewey, reflects on a quarter century as scholar, teacher, and seminary dean.

  • Islam – An Agent of Modernity and Pluralism
    GTU MA student Amir Kia discusses Dr. Syed Nomanul Haq’s lecture, “Through the Gates of the Alhambra: Revisiting the Question of Islam and Pluralism,” which was the GTU’s 2003 Surjit Singh Lecture in Comparative Religious Thought and Culture.

  • Interfaith Forum Illuminates Peacemaking
    Dr. David James Randolph reviews a GTU/CARE-sponsored event on “Peace in Christianity and Islam.”

  • 2003-04 Presidential Scholars
    Read about this year’s winners of the Presidential scholarships: Jennifer Davidson (Liturgical Studies); Rebecca Gordon (Ethics & Social Theory); DooHee Lee (Biblical Studies); Manhong Lin (Interdisciplinary Studies); Joseph Pietrangelo (Christian Spirituality); Jennifer Veninga (Systematic and Philosophical Theology); Lisa Webster (Interdisciplinary Studies); and Emily Wu (Cultural & Historical Studies of Religions).

  • New GTU Trustees
    Get acquainted with Yolande Adelson, Alan Kelchner, and other GTU Trustees who have recently joined the Board.

  • From the President's Desk
    President Jim Donahue describes highlights of the recent American Academy of Religion conference and the transformative qualities of a GTU education.

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