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Foundation Footnotes: Rabbi Howard Avruhm Addison Offers New Course

Howard Avruhm Addison newsletterRabbi Howard Avruhm Addison will be offering “Spirituality and Dreams” as an E-Tutorial from the GTF.  An E-Tutorials is a type of online course which is 10 weeks in length with six weeks devoted to weekly readings and… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: Ministry profession, new book and course

Ministry profession newsletterMinistry as a profession is the focus of a new book by Dr. John H. Morgan, After the Call: A Structural and Functional Analysis of the Ministry Profession, which is used with his newly designed E-Tutorial, “Ministry and Profession… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: New Online Courses in Clergy Options and Ministry

Faculty-photo-MORGANDr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences, has introduced two new E-Tutorials for GTF students.  Students can now register for “Clergy Options to Parish Ministry” and “… Continue reading

Meet our faculty: Dr. Ann-Marie Neale, Professor of Counseling and Psychology

Karen Horney Professor of Counseling and Psychology

Dr. Ann-Marie Neale has been on the Graduate Theological Foundation for the past few years and focuses on Logotherapy, survivors of disasters and community trauma, 12-step recovery programs for addicts, mental… Continue reading

Meet Our faculty: Dr. Martha Sobaje, Professor of Sacred Music


Professor of Sacred Music

Dr. Sobaje has served for several years at the Graduate Theological Foundation in her capacity as Professor of Sacred Music, and focuses on liturgy, worship, and music.  Author of the book, The… Continue reading