Welcome to GTUx

Where religion meets the world

GTUx is a global destination for digital learning brought to you by the Graduate Theological Union, one of the world’s foremost higher education institutions of interreligious life, learning, and leadership.

Discover and sign up for learning opportunities on topics inspired by the dynamic conversations and rigorous scholarly research of our faculty, including theology, ethics, justice, spiritual care, and beyond.

Learn With Us

Explore our in-depth, on-demand, virtual learning opportunities taught by today’s leading scholars.

Digitized lectures from thought leaders in the GTU community, available as a series or individually

Experience the newest virtual exhibit presented by the GTU’s Doug Adams Gallery Online, Draw Me After You: A visual Song of Songs

Featured Offerings

How are scholars of religion and spiritual experience contributing to the conversation on psychedelics? In this GTUx Original, experts examine contemporary psychedelic science, social movements, and public policy, navigate the terrain of sacred plant narratives, and explore how current theoretical frameworks may inform one another. 

In this GTUx Lecture, Dr. Laura Dunn offers an in-depth look at yoga and its historical and philosophical role in Hinduism. Citing sources from the Bhagavad Gita, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, and sacred Hindu texts, Dr. Dunn details the lineages of yoga, mythical tales of divinities, yogic traditions, sacred philosophies, and practices rooted in ancient Indian practices to the creation of modern yoga.

In this blog post interview with Dr. Laura Dunn, she examines the ways in which certain yoga and tantric traditions intersect with state changing, ritual practices.

Join a Community of Learners That Believes in a Better World

Engage with the critical issues of our time on your time. Join the GTUx community today to gain access to a sweeping range of offerings across the following themes:

About the Graduate Theological Union

The GTU is one of the world’s most comprehensive centers for interreligious life, learning, and leadership, as well as interdisciplinary scholarship between religion, art, and science. At the GTU, scholars with a desire to be leaders are able to engage with the world’s great wisdom traditions, in both traditional and contemporary contexts. Learn more about our programs, events, and community at gtu.edu.