More information about the Ian G. Barbour Chair may be found by visiting the Chair Campaign
page here.

To view the Chair Campaign brochure as a PDF file, click here.

 

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Barbour Chair Information | Support the Chair | Matching Grant | Printable Donation Form

Help Support The Ian G. Barbour Chair in Theology and Science

The Ian G. Barbour Chair in Theology and Science at the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) will ensure that future generations of doctoral and seminary students may enter into the constructive dialogue between faith and science and be empowered to teach and minister to a conflicted world. The Ian G. Barbour professor will inspire students through the excellent teaching that has become associated with CTNS and enable them to take advantage of the abundant resources available so that they will carry the constructive dialogue between science and religion to their future workplaces, churches, and universities. To view the Chair Campaign brochure as a PDF file, click here.**

To view a chart of the Chair's responsibilities, click here.

Gift-Giving Options.You may donate to CTNS by mailing a check or giving on-line.
Please make your check payable to GTU with "CTNS Barbour Chair" in the memo line.

Yes, I’d like to continue the vision and work of CTNS by contributing to the Ian G. Barbour Chair in Official PayPal SealTheology and Science with a total pledge of:

Visible Universe
$10,000
  Planet
$500
Spiral Galaxy
$5,000
  Moon
$250
Supernova
$2,500
  Asteroid
$150
Red Giant Star
$1,000
  Comet  
$100

For a form to print and mail, please click here.

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For information on planned giving, stock gifts, or wire transfers, please contact CTNS Development by email or call 510- 649-2564.

CTNS is a program of the Graduate Theological Union, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

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