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Levine will lecture Feb. 20-21 on "’I didn't mean to sound anti-Jewish': Historical Ignorance, cultural stereotype, and New Testament interpretation” and "Of Bridegrooms and Virgins: Jesus and Jewish Women."

The first black students to attend Duke Divinity School became highly regarded leaders in the church and in their communities.

As Duke University marks the 50th anniversary of the first black undergraduate students at Duke, we look back at integration at the Divinity School.

Facing evidence of significant rates of ill health among clergy, some churches are taking steps to encourage pastors to care for themselves.

Rev. William Turner, professor of the practice of homiletics, invites the university to proceed with the momentum it started 50 years ago during a Jan. 20 service commermorating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

The director of The Duke Endowment's rural church program area says the Endowment funded the Clergy Health Initiative to help give clergy the tools and permission to take care of themselves.

On Jan. 28, DITA will unveil a thirteen-day art exhibition and multimedia exploration of T. S. Eliot’s spiritual and literary masterwork, Four Quartets.

Dean Hays today announced the appointment of Xi Lian as professor of world Christianity.

Turner, professor of the practice of homiletics and a member of one of the first classes to include African Americans, will speak on "Praise, Protest & Power: 50 Years in the Making," complementing the 50th anniversary of Duke's first black undergraduate students.

Leaders who develop palliative care best practices receive Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Physician Awards.

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