GTU Course Textbooks
Information on textbooks for classes offered by the GTU, its member schools, academic centers, and affiliates can be found on this page. The information is subject to changes. Please consult the instructor at the address listed below regarding any issues you may have regarding the textbooks.
Graduate Theological Union (GTU) Courses
SARS-1000 - The Qur'an: Origin, Application, Interpretations
Instructor - Dr. Mahjabeen Dhala email@example.com
Required text and Moodle
Mattson, Ingrid. The Story of the Qur’an: Its History and Place in Muslim Life. Oxford: Blackwell Publications, 2008.
ISBN-13: 978-1405122580 ISBN-10: 1405122587 Required (Paperback available at Amazon $14.02)
STCE-5102- Advanced Seminar in Theology, Science, Ethics, Technology
Instructor - Braden Molhoek firstname.lastname@example.org
Textbooks and additional readings on the course Moodle page.
Ted Peters. God: The World's Future Fortress Press ISBN: 978-1451482225 Required $48.02
Ted Peters, Martinez Hewlett, Joshua Moritz, Astrotheology: Science and Theology Meet Extraterrestrial Life Cascade Books. ISBN: 978-1532606397 Required Paperback $47.30, Kindle $9.99
Robert John Russell. Cosmology from Alpha to Omega Fortress Press ISBN: 978-0800662738 Required Paperback $12.94 Kindle $12.29
Christopher Southgate. The Groaning of Creation: God, Evolution, and the Problem of Evil Westminster John Knox Press ISBN: 978-0664230906 Required $20.02
Christoph Bartneck, Christoph Lütge, Alan Wagner, Sean Welsh. An Introduction to Ethics in Robotics and AI Springer ISBN: 978-3030511098 Required Kindle free - open source Paperback $23.76
HRRS 8350- Race, Religion, Belonging
Instructor - Nosizwe Breaux-Abdur-Rahman nbreaux-abdur-rahman@ses.GTU.edu
Textbook and PDF Links
Sylvester A. Johnson. African American Religions, 1500-2000: Colonialism, Democracy, and Freedom Cambridge University Press ISBN: 978-0-521-15700-1 Required $23.92
STRS 4242- Women's Studies in Religion Seminar
Instructor - Keyona S. Lazenby email@example.com
There will be required textbook and assigned Moodle readings.
Carole R. McCann, Kim Seung-Kyung, and Emek Ergun. Feminist Theory Reader: Local and Global Perspectives. 5th edition. Routledge Press ISBN: 13: 978-0367-430801-1 Required
Cannon, Katie G., Townes, Emilie M., and Sims, Angela D., editors. Womanist Theological Ethics Westminster John Knox Press ISBN: 978-0-664-23537 Required
Messina-Dysert, Gina, Zobair, Jennifer, and Amy Levin, editors. Faithfully Feminist: Jewish, Christian, & Muslim Feminist on Why We Stay White Cloud Press ISBN: 978-1-935952-0 Required
BS-2093- The Bible from the Margins
Instructor - Joshua Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org
Readings will be a selection of articles and book chapters that will be available for students to download from the internet through the library's subscriptions to publishers. Readings unavailable for download will be available to students in a cloud folder.
RSST-8410 - Decolonizing Mission
Instructor - Geoffrey Nelson-Blake email@example.com
Bevans, Stephen B. and Roger P. Schroeder, Constants in Context: A Theology of Mission for Today. Orbis Books ISBN: 978-1570755170 Required $39.99
Dorr, Donal, Mission in Today's World. Orbis Books ISBN: 1-57075-339-3 Required $28.00
Robert, Dana L., Christian Mission: How Christianity became a World Religion. Wiley-Blackwell ISBN: 978-0-631-23620-7 Required $29.99