Download an audio recording of Jeremy Troxler’s discussion of the loneliness of rural ministry via iTunes U.

Duke Divinity School scholars are interviewed in the documentary God in America airing at 9 p.m. ET  Oct. 11, 12, and 13 on PBS.

The two will preach separately at several worship services Oct. 10-12, and Wright will present a lecture Oct. 8. These events are open to the public.

AEHS panel discussion about Archbishop Rowan Williams, leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Ellen Davis, the Amos Ragan Kearns Distinguished Professor of Bible and Practical Theology, was honored with the University Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award at the 2010 Founders’ Day Convocation.

Soloist Elizabeth Byrum Linnartz, accompanied on piano by Professor Jeremy Begbie, and introductory lectures.

The fall 2010 lecture series being held Sept. 28-29 features the Revs. Gary V. Simpson and James Earl Massey preaching and lecturing.

United Methodist clergy from across North Carolina gathered to discuss the state of the rural church.

A sermon by Rev. Joy J. Moore, associate dean for black church studies and church relations; visiting assistant professor, homiletics and the practice of ministry.

Organist David Arcus opens the 2010-2011 Duke Organ Recital Series on Sept. 19 with a composition commissioned for the Divinity School’s new organ.