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Professor Richard Lischer and NAACP President William Barber II, a Duke Divinity alumnus, discuss Dr. King’s legacy during an “Office Hours” interview.

Duke geriatrician Anthony “Tony” Galanos is among five recipients of the 2011 Hastings Cunniff-Dixon Physician Awards.

For 35 years, cardiologist John Dormois created healthy hearts but had limited time to attend to his patients’ fears. Now pursuing an M.Div., he shares his experience on WUNC’s The Story.

Jan. 11, 2011: Due to icy conditions, Duke's severe weather and emergency conditions policy will be in effect through 7:00 p.m.

Registration is now open for “Toward a Moral Consensus Against Torture,” a conference being hosted March 25-26, 2011, in Durham, N.C., by Duke Divinity School. Co-sponsors include the Duke Human Rights Center, the N.C. Council of Churches and National Religious Campaign Against Torture.

Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts and Duke Chapel will co-sponsor an April 3 performance of Mendelssohn’s St. Paul and a pre-concert panel discussion.

During Advent, the story of Mary and Joseph shows the importance of saying yes to God, says William H. Lamar IV of Leadership Education.

In a lonely, divisive, and destructive world, the church is called to build community, says Gary Simpson, pastor of Concord Baptist Church of Christ. See video »

Rev. Jaylynn Byassee, minister at Duke Memorial United Methodist in Durham, N.C., describes her congregation’s journey from “helping the poor” to pursuing friendship with the poor.

Professor Curtis W. Freeman participates in the final round of Baptist and Catholic talks Dec. 12-18 in Oxford, England.

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