- News and Blogs
- Catalyst: The magazine of Pacific School of Religion
- The Colombia Report
- Doctoral Dissertations
Download a Spanish-language report, “Casos de implicación de la Iglesia en la Violencia en Colombia” (“Cases of the Church’s involvement in Colombian Violence”).
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Pacific School of Religion offers an opportunity for creative, focused, and advanced professional studies in its cluster Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree. Unlike the PhD or ThD, the DMin is not a degree in a specialized academic discipline, but rather is a professional degree in ministry that brings together theory and praxis rooted in the academy and the community of faith.
View Doctor of Ministry dissertations from Pacific School of Religion graduates below, and learn more about the Doctor of Ministry program here. Please note that all dissertations are copyrighted to their respective authors.
- Andy Burnette, Unitarian Universalism and the Working Class: Widening the Welcome (2016)
- Fred Grewe, The Soul’s Legacy: Discerning Your Life’s Meaning and Passing It on to Your Loved Ones (2016)
- George R. Martzen, A Place for the Stranger: Worship as the Spiritual Practice of Hospitality (2016)
- Megan Rohrer, Solo Gratia: An Analysis of the Faith and Faith Experience of Central City Pastors and LGBTQ Homeless and Hungry Individuals Living in San Francisco (2016)
- Roland Stringfellow, Liberating Religious Liberty (2016)
- Makoto Kondo, The New Possibility of Mission in Japan (2017)