Read Professor Curtis W. Freeman’s Feb. 1, 2011 address, “The Theology and Practice of Evangelism Among Baptists: Then and Now.”

World-renowned visual artist, writer, and speaker Makoto Fujimura will give a public lecture and brown bag discussion on Friday April 1, 2011.

The Duke freshman will read professor Ellen Davis’s translation at the Jan. 27, 2011 service of word and table.

The Center for Reconciliation would like to share 10 of the top stories of reconciliation from the past year—stories of lament and truth-telling, as well as stories of redemption and hope.

Learning to tell Bible stories is a spiritual discipline that allows space for the Holy Spirit to reveal the meaning of traditional narratives.

Duke Divinity School will host a visit day Feb. 18 for prospective students interested in two new degree programs, the Doctor of Ministry and Master of Arts in Christian Practice for Youth Ministers.

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.

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.