Resources on Theology and Ecumenism

The Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism for free

Documents and special collections on ecumenical, intercultural and contextual theologies, theological education, world Christianity, and interreligious studies, regularly receiving updates from the Index Theologicus, International Bibliography of Theology and Religious Studies.

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GTL Publications

Publications published by and for theologians

GTL Academy

An academy with a holistic approach to ecumenism and religions


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Online and blended courses with a holistic approach to the study of religions and theology, designed in collaboration with the World Council of Churches and Jesuit Worldwide Learning.


GTL Network

A Network of people connected by theology and ecumensim


An interactive global community that aims at facilitating mutual connectivity, exchange, dialogue and research cooperation between theological education institutions, religious scholars and theologican educatoris in all regions of the world.

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What's new

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Agreement with Lutheran World Federation, February 2019

The Consortium on Ethics in Higher Education has a new member, the Lutheran World Federation. On 1 February 2019 the Study Secretary for Lutheran Theology and Practice in the Department for Theology and Public Witness of the Lutheran Wold Federation, Rev. Dr Chad Rimmer, and Executive Director, Prof. Dr Obiora Ike, signed the Consortium Agreement to further cooperation to develop and sustain education and lifelong learning in their respective traditions and networks.
The Lutheran World Federation joins other Consortium members engaged in strengthening ethics in higher education by supporting efforts to integrate values-based decisions in governance, management and daily practice of staff, management and board of educational institutions, including theological education institutions, as well as developing curricula and resources on ethics.
As a former member of the GlobeTheoLib (Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism) Consortium, which was dissolved at the end of  2018, the Lutheran World Federation has taken up the invitation to become a member of the Globethics Consortium focused on higher education.
GlobeTheoLib was a joint project of and the World Council of Churches that started in 2011. is committed to continuing to maintain and develop the Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism including the special collections.
This new agreement is in addition to a long-standing library collaboration between the Lutheran World Federation and the Library to make content available for the benefit of all users.