Publishers Weekly and Christianity Today name "Still" a best book of 2012.

A new collection of essays co-edited by DITA Director Jeremy Begbie has been published.

Professor Luke Bretherton will co-lead The Religions and Public Life initiative at Duke.

Professor Sheppard’s new book explores how historians and New Testament scholars probe the past.

A Harvard Law graduate resisted notions of leadership until she experienced a different model at Duke Divinity School.

Anathea Portier-Young and David Moffitt received the prestigious award.

Rev. Laura Beach, a Thriving Rural Communities fellow and Duke Divinity alumna now serving Longtown UMC in Yadkinville, N.C., describes the richness she finds in rural ministry.

The celebrity pastor's influence extends beyond theology and includes an approach to ministry, writes Kate Bowler.

Papers from the Sept. 2011 "Theological Argument in Law" symposium are now available in law journal.

The Center for Reconciliation's Pilgrimage of Pain and Hope gives students a chance to experience God and revelation in new ways.