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History of the Asia Project

The Asia Project has been evolving from more than a decades’ efforts for an effective engagement with Asian contexts and cultures in the theological education, research and leadership development of faith communities at the GTU.  In 1999, a faculty working group reviewed related educational initiatives within the GTU and eventually led to the “Asian Theologies and Perspectives in North American Theological Education” project, funded by a 3-year grant of $750,000 from Henry Luce Foundation since 2004 and another subsequent grant of $500,000.  In collaboration with United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia and other Asian organizations, the Project aims to develop a model for theological education in both North America and the Pacific. 

In the past several years, regional consultations, faculty seminars, partnership development, and research support program真多人做人爱视频免费_国国内清清草原免费视频_男女做爰高清免费视频 for doctoral students have been organized for this endeavor.