Faculty Experts

This faculty experts list, organized by subject matter, is available to help media outlets, researchers, and others connect with Duke Divinity scholars who can share information on the topics they study.

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Abortion

African American preaching and worship

African theology

Aging and pastoral care

Anglicanism/Archbishop of Canterbury

*David Marshall directs the Divinity School's Anglican Episcopal House of Studies.

Apocalypticism

Apology

Art

*Jeremy Begbie directs Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts.

    Assisted suicide

    Baptism/initiation

    Baptist churches, policies and politics

    *Curtis Freeman directs the Divinity School's Baptist House of Studies.

    Biblical ethics

    *Richard Hays is the dean of the Divinity School.

    Biblical interpretation

    Biblical interpretation, history

    Biomedical issues/bioethics

    Black church studies

    Books

    Business ethics

    Catholicism

    Chinese Christianity

    Christian ministry

    Christian-Jewish relations

    Christian-Muslim relations

    Christian philosophy/metaphysics

    Christian theology

    Christian theology, history

    Christianity and capitalism

    Church and state/church and government

    Church architecture

    Church history

    Church leadership

    Church-related documents in public places

    Church renewal

    Civil society

    Cloning

    Community organizing

    Conflict resolution

    Conscience

    Contemporary American Christianity

    Contemporary Worship

    Counseling

    Death and dying

    Development, aid, and poverty

    Divorce

    Doctor-Patient Relationship

      Early Christianity

      Ecumenism

      End-of-Life issues

      Environment

      Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion

      Ethics

      Eucharist

      Euthanasia

      Evangelism/ Evangelicals

      Faith and work

      Faith-based social services/organizations

      Feminism in theology

      Films and Christianity

      Foreign policy/international affairs

      Forgiveness

      Freedom

      Gay/Lesbian issues

      Gay/Lesbian issues and church controversy

      Gender and masculinity

      Globalization

      Gospels

      Grace

      Health

      History of American Christianity

      Holy Spirit and preaching

      Human rights

      Homiletics

      Icons

      Interfaith relations

      Islam

      Israel

      Jesus in the Gospels

      Judeo-Christian tradition

      Labor Unions

      Lament, loss, and Christian hope

      Leadership

      Liturgy

      Local church life

      Marriage

      Martin Luther King Jr.

      Medical Ethics

        Medicine

        Mental Health/Mental Illness

        Methodist studies

        Ministry

        Missionaries/Mission studies

        Music and theology

        New Testament

        Non-violence/peacemaking

        Old Testament

        Pastoral care

        Pastoral leadership

        Paul, Apostle

        Peace and reconciliation

        Pneumatology

        Politics and religion

        Pope/Vatican

        Popular culture

        Preaching

        Presbyterian/Reformed

        *Charles Campbell is faculty advisor for the Divinity School's Presbyterian/Reformed House of Studies.

        Prosperity Gospel

        Protestant Reformation

          Racial reconciliation

          Religion and culture

          Religion and literature

          Religion and medicine

          Religion in school

          Religious right

          Religious left

          Reproduction/Health issues

          Roman Catholic-Protestant relations

          Rural churches

          Sexual ethics

          Science and religion

          Social justice

          Social welfare

          Spirituality

          Stem cell research

          Students and religion

          Ten Commandments

          Theological education

          Theological ethics

          Theological libraries

          Theological writing

          Theology and culture

          Tolerance and hospitality

            United Methodist Church, policies and politics

            War/just war theory

            Wesley, John

            Wesleyan tradition

            Womanism in theology and ethics

            Women in ministry

            World Christianity

            Worship/liturgy