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After Violence: Religion, Trauma and Reconciliation

After Violence: Religion, Trauma and Reconciliation is a new publication edited by Andrea Bieler, Christian Bingel and Hans-Martin Gutmann. The violence unleashed in various forms of warfare and ...

2012 Taiwan Immersion Blog

Part of the seminary education for many member schools of the GTU includes a cultural immersion. This January, 11 students from the Pacific School of Religion, and one student from the Jesuit ...

GTU Sponsored Financial Literacy Workshops

GTU will be hosting two Financial Literacy workshops by Jonathan DeYoe, CPWA, AIF. He studied Buddhism at GTU, which influences his approach to financial management.

New Director of Marketing and Communications Hired

We are pleased to annouce the hiring of the Director of Marketing and Communications for the consolidated office that will serve PSR, GTU and PLTS.

"Theological Thinking” Online in January

Rev. Dr. Jay Johnson teaches the first online TEL courses for lay and continuing education with “Theological Thinking:  God-Talk for Community Building” in January.

In this course, ...

PANAAWTM Conference 2012

Pacific, Asian, and North American Asian Women in Theology and Ministry (PANAAWTM) Conference 2012 will be held March 15-17, 2012. The theme will be: Abundant Life and Unjust Prosperity. The ...

Joe Driskill Elected to SSCS Offices

Joseph D. Driskill, retiring as Dean of Disciples Seminary Foundation, Berkeley, at the end of the year, has been elected to serve as the 2012 vice president and 2013 president of the Society for ...

Professor Joseph D. Driskill's Retirement Celebration

Pacific School of Religion’s Badè Museum was the scene of an appreciative celebration on Saturday afternoon, December 10. Fifty guests joined Joseph D.

PSR Regional Gatherings 2012: Earls on the Road

PSR Regional Gatherings 2012: Earls on the Road are coming to a city near you! Are you sad that the Earl Lectures will not occur in January 2012? Fear not!

Easier Access to PSR Archives

Interested in the history of PSR? Working on a research project and need more information about a faculty member from 1915?