Contributors

About Us:
The Moral Mindfield is composed of Graduate Theological Union doctoral students and graduates who are interested in the intersection between ethics and social theory.

Currently, that includes:


9 responses to “Contributors

  • John Seal

    Hi guys,

    Just wanted to let you know I absolutely love the site and have bookmarked it.

    John

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  • Kevin Gilbert Mauer

    Hi there.

    First of all, I want to thank you all for your work and insights. Keep it up! Your reflections on faith and ethics are a great resource in understanding how, for example, to apply Christianity to public policy.

    This is why I would like to solicit your participation in a project. Recently, I created a blog to begin the discussion of establishing a Christian democratic movement in the United States, a movement that has long existed and been met with success in Europe, Latin America, and Oceania. The blog is a forum for initializing the long process of hashing out policy and organizing the movement here in the states. True to Catholic social teaching’s principle of subsidiarity, I have determined that it is best to focus attention first and foremost on creating parties on the local level.

    I enthusiastically extend an invitation to all of you to visit http://www.deeperpolitics.wordpress.com and contribute to this blog with posts or comments. Your grasp of the connection between faith and public life would serve as a welcomed influence on the blog’s direction as we move forward in establishing an American Christian democratic movement.

    I would be happy to answer any of your questions regarding this project.

    Thank you,
    Kevin Mauer
    kgmauer@wisc.edu

  • Emily

    Is there contact info on this site at all? I don’t see any. I am looking into the PhD program at GTU with a focus on sexual ethics, so I would love to get in touch with some current students. Thanks!

    • Ethics & Social Theory Blog Team

      Hi, Emily! There is a link on the home page to the GTU web site, on which you can find general contact info. But thanks for noticing that we forgot to post an email address here; I’ve updated the “about” page. You can contact the blog team at eastgtu – at – gmail – dot – com. One of us will get back to you, usually within a day or so!

    • Ethics & Social Theory Blog Team

      I meant to add that if you get in touch with the Admissions staff at GTU, they are really good at steering you toward students and/or faculty appropriate for your interests.

  • J.D. Lace

    Great blog. GTU is my dream school along with the Center for Theology and Natural Sciences. Keep up the good work. I hope you can find some kindred thoughts on techrament.com.

    • Brian Green

      J.D., Techrament is great, I will definitely keep checking it out. And GTU and CTNS would love to have you, come on over! Even if you can’t be a student, there are good ways to get involved and/or programs to attend.

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