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Since our founding in 1949, Grand Canyon University (GCU) has been a Christian college with a biblically rooted mission. Founded as a Baptist university, today GCU is an interdenominational university that welcomes students from all backgrounds. Throughout its rich history, GCU has remained a vibrant Christian university that is committed to distinctively Christian beliefs, values and practices in accord with its mission and vision. While the university is clear about its identity as a Christian university and its foundational convictions, we are intentionally committed to living out the faith within the context of a missional community.

The mission of Grand Canyon Theological Seminary is to develop leaders, ministers and scholars who rightly handle God's Word, teach what accords with sound doctrine and equip the people of God for missional service within a rapidly changing world.

GCU's identity and mission have remained deeply rooted in "the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3) for nearly 70 years. As an interdenominational university, GCU's community is a product of the wonderful diversity of traditions and denominations that have grown out of the roots of biblical Christianity. Yet in the midst of this rich diversity, the university has consistently cultivated unity around the core doctrines and common practices of the faith.

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• Culture includes traditions, values, norms, food, religion, attire, clothing, etc. which makeup the lifestyles of a society. Identity can be defined as the manner in which we define ourselves.

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Since our founding in 1949, Grand Canyon University (GCU) has been a Christian college with a biblically rooted mission. Founded as a Baptist university, today GCU is an interdenominational university that welcomes students from all backgrounds. Throughout its rich history, GCU has remained a vibrant Christian university that is committed to distinctively Christian beliefs, values and practices in accord with its mission and vision. While the university is clear about its identity as a Christian university and its foundational convictions, we are intentionally committed to living out the faith within the context of a missional community.

The mission of Grand Canyon Theological Seminary is to develop leaders, ministers and scholars who rightly handle God's Word, teach what accords with sound doctrine and equip the people of God for missional service within a rapidly changing world.

GCU's identity and mission have remained deeply rooted in "the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3) for nearly 70 years. As an interdenominational university, GCU's community is a product of the wonderful diversity of traditions and denominations that have grown out of the roots of biblical Christianity. Yet in the midst of this rich diversity, the university has consistently cultivated unity around the core doctrines and common practices of the faith.

This site is intended to enhance your use of  Culture and Identity , Third Edition,  by Anita Jones Thomas and Sara E. Schwarzbaum. Please note that all the materials on this site are especially geared toward maximizing your understanding of the material. 

We gratefully acknowledge Anita Jones Thomas and Sara E. Schwarzbaum for writing an excellent text and for creating some of the assets on this site. Special thanks are also due to Kimberly Buikema of Northeastern Illinois University for creating the ancillaries on this site.

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