The signatories listed below endorse the Global Ethic as individuals, not on behalf of their organizations.
Their job titles and organization's names are included for identification purposes only.
 

Endorsements

Signature Job Title Organization Name City Countrysort descending Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments
Dan Smyer Yu Professor/Director Center for Trans-Himalayan Studies, Yunnan Minzu University, China Wooldland United States
I'm very happy to have the opportunity to make my contribution to the revision process and will continue to endorse the Parliament's Global Ethics!
Catherine Keller Professor of ConstructiveTheology Drew U. New York United States Christianity
Dr. Fred Van Dyke Executive Director Au Sable Institute Mancelona United States
Thomas M. Lemberg Tampa United States Not Listed (Write-in) Spiritual but not religious
Hava Tirosh-Samuelson Director, Center for Jewish Studies Arizona State University Tempe United States Judaism
HOMI D GANDHI PRESIDENT FEDERATION OF ZOROASTRIAN ASSOCIATIONS OF NORTH AMERICA (FEZANA) LOS ANGELES United States Zoroastrianism We owe it to our future generations.
Daniel P. Scheid Associate Professor Duquesne University Pittsburgh United States Christianity I am honored to add my name to this crucial expansion of the global ethic.
Behram Pastakia Co-Chair, FEZANA United Nations NGO Committee Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America (FEZANA) Metropolitan Washington DC United States Zoroastrianism May Peace Prevail on Earth
Philip Clayton President EcoCiv.org Claremont United States Not Listed (Write-in) Quaker
Ardeshir Irani FEZANA Farmington Hills United States Zoroastrianism
I am proud to support the expanded Global Ethic as an investment for our future generations.
Vinay Lal Professor UCLA Los Angeles United States
joseph prabhu Professor (Emeritus) Southern California Parliament of Relgions (SCCPWR) Altadena United States Christianity I am happy to endorse the expanded Global Ethic
Kaleb Nyquist Steering Committee Member Young Evangelicals for Climate Action Chicago United States Christianity
Hans Gustafson, PhD Director / Faculty Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, University of St. Thomas Minnesota United States
Anne Walter Director Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion Louisville United States Buddhism
May this expanded Global Ethic continue the work begun at its initial writing in 1993, and be a greater beacon for a more just world.
Pravrajika Vrajaprana Vedanta Society Santa Barbara United States Hinduism
Christopher Chapple Doshi Professor Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles United States Not Listed (Write-in) Yoga and Meditation We must take action to thrive.
John F. Haught Vero Beach, Florida United States Christianity
Galen Guengerich Senior Minister All Souls Unitarian Church New York United States Unitarian Universalist
Nathan Katz Bhagwan Mahavir Distinguished Professor of Jain Studies, Emeritus Florida International University Miami United States Judaism I am happy to sign on.
Richard B. Miller Laura Spelman Rockefeller Professor of Religious Ethics University of Chicago Chicago United States I am pleased to endorse this important expansion of the Global Ethic.
Teresia Mbari Hinga Associate Professor Santa Clara University ,Religious Studies Dept Santa Clara United States Not Listed (Write-in) African/Christian
May the fifth directive become ,yet another wake up call for all to become better stewards of each other and for planet earth, our common home
Dan McKanan Emerson Senior Lecturer Harvard Divinity School Somerville, MA United States Unitarian Universalist
Steven Bouma-Prediger Leonard and Marjorie Maas Professor of Reformed Theology Hope College Holland United States Christianity
Bruce Grelle Professor of Comparative Religion and Humanities California State University, Chico Chico United States Christianity
Allison Stokes Founding Director Women's Interfaith Institute Seneca Falls, New York United States Unitarian Universalist
A commitment to a culture of sustainability and care for the Earth, our common home, is an imperative of our time. I am grateful to those who have taken the initiative on this and am happy to sign the expanded Global Ethic..
Sarah M Goss Director National Council for Science and Faith Lebanon United States Christianity
Wm. Andrew Schwartz Executive Director Center for Process Studies Claremont United States Christianity
Rev. Dr. Perry Hamalis Cecelia Schneller Mueller Professor of Religion North Central College Naperville United States Christianity The Global Ethic's 5th Directive has my enthusiastic endorsement.
John H. Armstrong Founder The Initiative Carol Stream United States Christianity Thanks for this wonderfully important statement.
Joshua M. Feigelson Dean of Students University of Chicago Divinity School Chicago United States Judaism
Huaiyu Wang Associate Professor Georgia College & State University Statesboro United States Confucianism
Leonard Swidler Professor Dialogue Institute at Temple University Philadelphia United States Christianity
M. Ajisebo McElwaine Abimbola Co-founder Ifa Heritage Institute Atlanta United States Not Listed (Write-in) Yoruba
Samaneh Oladi Professor Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond United States Islam
Janet M Giddings Lecturer Santa Clara University Santa Clara United States Christianity
Nawaz Merchant Committee Member FEZANA Ringoes United States Zoroastrianism Ushta Te: May happiness be unto all
Sumner B. Twiss Distinguished Professor of Human Rights, Ethics, and Religion Florida State University Tallahassee United States Christianity
Bhikkhu Bodhi Chair Buddhist Global Relief Carmel United States Buddhism
This is a thoughtful and comprehensive statement, whose principles should be endorsed by anyone with a conscience and a concern for the future of humanity.
Joseph A. Morris Director GPPM Santa Clara United States Christianity

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