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Thirty-nine students in Guatemala received a Certificate in Methodist Pastoral Ministry through a Duke Divinity School program that began there in August 2014.

Faith & Leadership has launched a new podcast that asks a fresh set of questions about leadership and the future of the church. 

Divinity School Professor Susan Eastman was presented a Festschrift on her Pauline scholarship during the Society of Biblical Literature’s Annual Meeting.

Professors J. Kameron Carter, Valerie Cooper, Norman Wirzba, and Luke Bretherton have been awarded grants to support interdisciplinary collaboration.

Professor and TMC Co-director Farr Curlin, M.D., has been selected for a national award for exemplary achievement in the field of bioethics.

The CFR holds the pilgrimage to expose Divinity School students to the need for reconciliation and explore how God is at work in Durham. 

Bishop Will Willimon’s materials from the Pulpit Resource quarterly he has written over the last two decades is being published in a seven-volume series.

The goal of the yearlong Conflict Conversations series is to help the Duke Divinity School community understand the skills necessary to deal effectively with interpersonal, congregational, and other forms of group conflict.

Rev. Dr. Christopher Beeley will serve as professor of theology and as the Jack and Barbara Bovender Professor of Anglican Episcopal Studies and Ministry, and he will lead the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies. 

The school has been selected for its commitment to integrate service and justice with faith and theological exploration.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018
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