The Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (AEHS) at Duke Divinity School is a community of students, faculty, and staff dedicated to nurturing and preparing Episcopalians and other Anglicans for future service to the church.
AEHS is a fellowship of learning within the wider community of the Divinity School, participating in all aspects of Divinity School life yet with its own distinct opportunities.
"The How of Theology and Ministry"
Professor Emeritus Stanley Hauerwas gave a public lecture on Sept. 29 sponsored by AEHS. Video is available.
AEHS Students Recognized in National Essay Competition
The Student Essays in Christian Wisdom competition was run by The Living Church magazine.
Voice and Vocation: An Evening with Malcolm Guite
Guite reflected on how an understanding of vocation can be clarified by listening to the voices of others.
Death, Resurrection, and Human Destiny
Professor David Marshall co-edits new book exploring views of Christian and Muslim theologians.
Life After Christendom
The 2014 Convocation & Pastors’ School will explore the impact of Resident Aliens with authors Stanley Hauerwas and Will Willimon.
Malcolm Guite, Artist-in-Residence
The poet and musician will start in Sept. as the school's first artist-in-residence.
Bovenders Endow Professorship
The gift will fund the Jack and Barbara Bovender Professor of Anglican Episcopal Studies and Ministry.
Lecture Reflects on C.S. Lewis’ Legacy
Robert MacSwain’s lecture and sermon commemorated the 50th anniversary of Lewis’ death.
AEHS Study Day Videos Available
Stanley Hauerwas lectures on "Preaching Without Apology" and "Facing Nothingness—Facing God."