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GTU Voices

Welcome to GTU Voices, where students, faculty, alumni, staff, and supporters of the Graduate Theological Union share reflections on the academic and cultural life within our diverse GTU community. If you’d like to join the conversation, contact communications@gtu.edu.

Written by: Susan Cook Hoganson

Listening with Open Minds and Hearts

一道本不卡免费高清GTU Board Chair Susan Cook Hoganson invites GTU students and faculty to participate in a listening forum on diversity.

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Written by: Arthur Holder, PhD

Religious Pluralism at the GTU

一道本不卡免费高清The GTU is gearing up for a Town Hall Meeting on November 12th. Read more about the importance of discussing religious pluralism at the GTU in this essay by Dr. Arthur Holder, who will moderate the event.

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Written by: Thomas Cattoi, PhD

Burnt Letters

In this excerpt from his essay for CARe's Fall 2019 exhibition Beyond Words, Dr. Thomas Cattoi reflects on how Meg Hitchcock's "Rosary # 1" might serve as a metaphor for the encounter between Christian and Buddhist narratives.

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Written by: Colyn Wohlmut

Where the Community Comes Alive

一道本不卡免费高清Anticipating the GTU Library’s annual book sale on October 8, librarian Colyn Wohlmut shares about how book donations are processed and become part of the GTU collection--or our annual sale.

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Written by: Rachelle Syed

Reflections on Interreligious Dialogue from Singapore

Doctoral student Rachelle Syed reflects on attending the International Conference on Cohesive Societies in Singapore in June 2019, and what her experiences suggest about the interreligious opportunities available at the GTU. 

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Written by: Victoria Price

Where Journey Meets Opportunity

"In addition to scholar-practitioners, there are many students like me who don’t practice the traditions we study. As outsiders, we have a unique perspective to employ in our research, and the GTU embraces our contributions wholeheartedly."

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Written by: Kathleen Kook

It Really Is All About the People

As she prepares to celebrate her final Commencement as the GTU's Dean of Students, Kathleen Kook reflects on the individuals and experiences that have made her 27 years at the GTU so memorable.

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Written by: Gordon Gilmore

A Community in Conversation

Doctoral student Gordon Gilmore reflects on the wealth of interreligious conversation that surrounds him each day at the GTU, and the way that diverse community shapes his own scholarly work.

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Written by: Eric Sias

Learning and Growing in a Liminal Space

"As the son of a first-generation immigrant, I walk a delicate tightrope when it comes to cultural identification: Am I Mexican or American? . . .  Liminal space defines a large portion of my identity. Now, interestingly, it is shaping the way I do my work as a biblical scholar."

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Written by: Daniel L. Lehmann

A Country of Contrasts

一道本不卡免费高清GTU President Daniel Lehmann reflects on his March 2019 trip to South Korea."I was struck by the extensive institutional infrastructure of the Christian communities in South Korea and the powerful role church communities play in the lives of so many South Korean parishioners . . . . Through its alumni and current students, the GTU is making a powerful impact on Korean religious life." 

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