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Skylight magazine highlights the people, programs, and progress of the Graduate Theological Union. In this issue, you'll find President Uriah Kim's reflections on our present moment and his vision for the future. You can read about the GTU's Interreligious Chaplaincy Program as it forms leaders in our time of heightened awareness and urgent need. You'll also learn more about Dr. Cecilia González-Andrieu, the GTU's 2020 Alumna of the Year.
Theology and Science
Theology and Science is the quarterly, peer-reviewed journal of The Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences (CTNS) at the Graduate Theological Union. It features articles, editorials and book reviews on a variety of topics in the scholarly, interdisciplinary field of theology and science. CTNS members receive current issues in print, as well as online access to the current and all former issues. Please visit https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rtas20/current for the current issue and to learn how to subscribe/become a CTNS member.
Berkeley Journal of Religion and Theology
Established in 2015 by GTU doctoral students in coordination with the dean’s office, the Berkeley Journal of Religion and Theology (BJRT) is a diverse forum for the type of cutting-edge scholarship in religious studies, philosophy, and theology that characterizes the GTU. Visit the journal’s website at bjrt.gtu.edu to review past editions online, and find out how you can contribute. BJRT welcomes articles and book reviews from GTU alumni, students, and faculty, as well as other scholars who share the GTU’s commitment to bring the wisdom or the world’s religions to the critical challenges facing us today.
Teaching Theology & Religion
Since the beginning of 2020 with volume 23, the GTU oversees the publication of the quarterly, peer-reviewed journal Teaching Theology & Religion. The journal’s content will focus on teaching methods that are interreligious, interdisciplinary, international/intercultural, and feature integrated modalities (such as technology and the arts). In addition to longer articles on various pedagogical issues, book reviews, and "In the Classroom" and "Teaching Tactic" essays about concrete practices, the revised journal will include a new section reviewing developments in learning technology. Online access to the journal and its back issues (published under the Wabash Center’s oversight through the end of 2019) can be found here.