The 2015 Convocation & Pastors’ School Oct. 12-13 will explore the difference Christ’s body makes for the way that we care for our communities and ourselves.
Combat wounds the soul, but the gospel offers hope. Christianity Today talks with Professor Kinghorn and a Divinity School alumnus.
Elbert Wethington, B.Div. '46, received a Distinguished Alumni Award from the Divinity School in 2010.
Michael A. Walrond Jr, M.Div. '01, sees his church defy racial norms of American Christianity. Read more in The New York Times.
William W. B.S.C.E.'62, P'86 and Irene Lilly McCutchen A.B.'62, P'86, P'90, P'90 win awards for outstanding volunteer service.
The 2014 Convocation & Pastors’ School will explore the impact of Resident Aliens with authors Stanley Hauerwas and Will Willimon.
Stassen, Th.D. '67, helped define the social-justice wing of the evangelical movement in the 1980s.
The Rev. Dr. William Barber II, M.Div. '89 and president of the North Carolina NAACP, has been selected to receive the Cook Society's distinguished service award.
Claire Wimbush, a Duke Divinity School graduate born with spastic cerebral palsy, reflects on how the wounded body of Jesus reveals a wholeness that doesn't depend on physical perfection.
Divinity School graduates plant new churches in North Carolina, sparking renewal in unexpected places.
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