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What kind of God would ask Abraham to sacrifice his son?

His latest book to receive an Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion from AAR.

As part of a global outreach tour, Brodhead visited with students in summer placements and leaders from the Duke Center for Reconciliation’s African Great Lakes Initiative.

Three attendees of the Duke Summer Institute sought inspiration and a deeper understanding of reconciliation.

Three students will each receive a $1,000 to $5,000 award from FTE.

Guide offers research assistance, subject guides, and online resources.

Faculty choose Heidi Neumark's Breathing Space: A Spiritual Journey in the South Bronx.

L. Gregory Jones and Kevin R. Armstrong, authors of the book Resurrecting Excellence, talk about what has changed in the five years since its publication.

Annual event hosted by the Center for Reconciliation offers renewal and spiritual nourishment.

Former Divinity Dean Jones will spend the next year on leave and will return to the Divinity faculty afterward.

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