Graduate Theological Union

Winter 2005

  • A Visionary Theology: 2004 GTU Alum of the Year
    George E. “Tink” Tinker

    Read about Tink Tinker’s work as an American Indian activist and a leading indigenous voice of liberation theology, and his contributions to improving the well-being of the Native American community.

  • Students Speak
    JSTB students Christine Boyle, Mary Ann Winters, and Peter Hansen reflect on their experience at the GTU consortium.

  • Between Faith and Politics in the Middle East
    Read excerpts from a talk given at the GTU by alum Shibley Telhami (GTU M.A. ‘78), in which he interprets the Middle East conflict as an organized political phenomenon rather than as a religious conflict.

  • Point of View: Ecumenical and Interfaith
    PSR President William McKinney and SFTS President Philip Butin discuss ecumenical Christian collaboration within the interfaith context of the GTU.

  • From the President’s Desk
    President James Donahue reflects on the December Tsunami disaster and applauds the efforts of faith communities to assist in the process of healing and rebuilding.