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Professor Eboni Marshall Turman explores roots of sexism in black churches.

Divinity School Professor Raymond Barfield tells Christianity Today why doctors should not have the last word on life and death.

An initiative looks to transform care of people with mental illness.

Second-year M.Div. student Jacob Drake has been chosen to present a paper at the Oxford University Byzantine Society International Graduate Conference in February.

Duke Divinity students can attend the June 7-21 program in Mundelein, Ill., at a reduced rate.

Doctor of Theology program gets $15,000 grant to strengthen preparation for teaching.

Claire Wimbush, a Duke Divinity School graduate born with spastic cerebral palsy, reflects on how the wounded body of Jesus reveals a wholeness that doesn't depend on physical perfection.

In the spring 2014 semester, DITA will present three new courses in theology, literature, and the arts.

A new book by Professor Begbie explores theological issues of the modern age through music.

Brad Thie, new director of the Thriving Rural Communities Initiative, shares his journey from the business world to the ministry.

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