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Duke Chapel and Duke Divinity School organist Christopher Jacobson has received the highest honor from the United Kingdom’s Royal College of Organists.

Divinity School Professor Kate Bowler talks with Frank Stasio, host of WUNC's "The State of Things," about grappling with her cancer diagnosis and reflects on the intersecton of life, death, and faith.

Elaine A. Heath, a theologian, preacher, teacher and writer, will be the next dean of the Duke Divinity School, President Richard H. Brodhead and Provost Sally Kornbluth announced Tuesday.

David Anderson Hooker will present the third lecture in the series Reconciliation Conversations: Parts of the Whole, part of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Center for Reconciliation.

Herman will deliver a public lecture and invite community members to view his work on a commissioned painting for the Divinity School.

Professor Brittany E. Wilson gets a 2016 sabbatical grant for researchers from The Louisville Institute.

Allan Boesak will lecture on the meaning of radical reconciliation.

"Some Christians believe God rewards the faithful. So why did I get Stage 4 cancer?" asks Professor Kate Bowler in The New York Times.

Peter Heltzel is the first speaker in a lecture series that addresses perspectives on reconciliation and its role in Christian life.

Renie (WC’62) and Bill (E’62) McCutchen of Westport, Conn., continue a long history of generous partnership with Duke Divinity School.

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