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Forming and re-forming a healthy scriptural imagination requires us to be readers in the world, not just of the text.

Professor Kate Bowler’s first book explores the popular religious movement.

The intensive weeklong institute gave Christian leaders involved in reconciliation ministry an opportunity to reflect, refresh, and share resources.

Cardiologist Dormois, M.Div. '13, came to Duke Divinity School to explore the spiritual side of medicine. He talks about why he enrolled and what he learned in an interview with Dick Gordon.

Tiffany Thomas, M.Div. '11, is thriving where God has planted her. In a video from UMTV, she talks about serving an inner city church.

As pastors, we are called to point people to the beautiful in the midst of chaos and destruction, says navy chaplain Ferguson, M.Div. '10.

The gift extends initial $12 million investment.

Kavin Rowe explores what it means to form a scriptural imagination.

Professor Luke Bretherton’s book on Christianity and contemporary politics has been awarded a prestigious theological writing prize.

Isaac Villegas, M.Div. '06, celebrates the church that allows everyone to work together to create communities of abundant life.

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