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    Date: 1993-06-22
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Wayne R. Rood (1915 - 2000) taught for 44 years at the Pacific School of Religion. He wrote, directed and acted in religious plays, taught courses on theater and theology, and supervised many theses and dissertations on the subject. Rood was raised and ordained in the Seventh Day Baptist tradition. He received his AB and BS from Salem College; BD, Alfred University; MRE, Hartford Seminary Foundation; and ThD, Pacific School of Religion.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-11-18
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: David Willis was professor of theology at the San Francisco Theological Seminary. He received a BS from Northwestern University; BD, Princeton Theological Seminary; and ThD, Harvard Divinity School. Willis wrote Calvin's Catholic Christology (1966). He served on the Theological Commission of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-07-02
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Walter M. Stuhr was professor of ethics at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. He received his BA from Yale University; BD, PLTS; and PhD, University of Chicago.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-07-9
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Joseph P. Chinnici, OFM, is President and Rector of Franciscan School of Theology and Professor of Church History. A past president of the American Catholic Historical Association, his writings include Living Stones: The History and Structure of Catholic Spiritual Life in the United States (1989) and When Values Collide: The Catholic Church, Sexual Abuse, and the Challenges of Leadership (2010). Among his administrative posts are Provincial Minister for the Franciscan Friars of the Saint Barbara Province, two stints as Academic Dean at the Franciscan School of Theology, and Chairman of the Commission for the Retrieval of the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition (CFIT). He received his BA from San Luis Rey college (1968); MA, Graduate Theological Union (1971); MDiv, Franciscan School of Theology (1972); and D.Phil., Oxford University (1976).
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-12-13
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Bellah, Robert N. (1927 - ) is Elliott Professor of Sociology Emeritus at the University of California at Berkeley. He served on many dissertation committees for GTU students. Bellah graduated summa cum laude from Harvard College with a B.A. in social anthropology in 1950. In 1955, he received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in Sociology and Far Eastern Languages and published his doctoral dissertation, Tokugawa Religion, in 1957. After two years of postdoctoral work in Islamic Studies at McGill University in Montreal, he began teaching at Harvard in 1957 and left 10 years later as Professor of Sociology to move to the University of California, Berkeley.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-09-17
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Arnold B. Come (1918 - 2002) was president of the San Francisco Theological Seminary from 1965 to 1982 and contributed to the foundation of Graduate Theological Union. Come graduated from Michigan State University and earned two theological degrees from the Princeton Theological Seminary. He was active in the World Council of Churches, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church and the World Alliance of Reformed Churches. In the early '60s, he was a key witness in a court case seeking to ban Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer in Marin County. He testified against banning the book.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-08-6
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: John A. Coleman, SJ, (1937- ) is currently an associate pastor at Saint Ignatius Church. Previously, he taught at The Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley from 1974-1997 and at Loyola Marymount University as the Casassa Professor in Social Values from 1997-2009. He has authored or edited nineteen books and numerous book chapters. Coleman serves as a board member of the California Inter-faith Power and Light.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-07-02
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Edward S. Setchko (1927-2009) taught religion and society at Starr King School of Ministry. He received his BS from Union College; BD and STM, Andover Newton Theological School; and ThD, Pacific School of Religion. A veteran of World War II, he was also a graduate of the V-12 Navy College Training Program.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-09- 25
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Francis G. Baur, O.F.M. was a professor in systematic theology at Franciscan School of Theology. He wrote Life in Abundance : A Contemporary Spirituality (1983). He received a BA from San Luis Rey College; STB, Old Mission Theological Seminary; and PhD, St. Bonaventure University.
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III
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    Date: 1993-09-23
    Contributing Institution: Graduate Theological Union
    Description: Harry T. Corcoran (1909 - ) was professor of Dogmatic Theology at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley. He was born in San Francisco in 1909. He entered the California Province in 1931. He was educated at Gonzaga University (1938), Alma College (1945) and the Pontifical Gregorian University (1948).
    Contributor: Ray F. Kibler III