The event will feature lectures and workshops from pastors, scholars, activists, and organizers.
The Duke Endowment funds internships in rural church settings that provide hands-on experience in ministry for Duke Divinity students and support for the communities they serve.
Duke’s doctoral programs in religion and theology have received a two-year $30,000 grant to promote pedagogical formation.
The conference will bring pastors and students together to discuss new ways of forming churches.
Holladay will speak Feb. 17 and 18 as part of the annual Clark lectures.
Every Tuesday in February, the Divinity School celebrated the distinct contributions of the school’s alumni of African descent.
Divinity School's Clergy Health Initiative is a partner in the 40-day program.
Professor Luke Bretherton will lead the 2015 AEHS Study Day Feb. 16 on “Faith and Politics: Poverty, Power, and Privilege."
Divinity graduate Rev. William Barber will deliver the keynote address.
Professor Kate Bowler’s book on the Prosperity Gospel to be highlighted at national conference.
The school is looking for candidates for the Irene and William McCutchen Professorship. The holder of the professorship will also lead the CFR.
Michael A. Walrond Jr, M.Div. '01, sees his church defy racial norms of American Christianity. Read more in The New York Times.
The holder of the Irene and William McCutchen Professorship will also lead the Center for Reconciliation.
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