Graduate Theological Union
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.
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.