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New Degrees Help Meet Changing Church’s Need
During the coming year the Divinity School will launch three new degree programs, two of which allow ministry professionals to continue working while they study at Duke. More »

Spirited Life: Addressing the Health of UMC Clergy in N.C.
If you’re concerned about clergy health, you’re not alone. More »

Grant Helps Document the Local Church
A $30,000 planning grant from the State Library of North Carolina will fund the Duke Divinity School Library’s effort to archive publications from the state’s churches and other religious bodies. More »

2010 Convocation & Pastors’ School
Registrations for the 2010 Convocation & Pastors’ School— “The Living Witness: Tradition, Innovation, and the Church”—had exceeded 800 at press time, the largest response ever for the annual event sponsored by Duke Divinity School More »

Choosing a Darker Shade of Blue?
Ten graduates of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are among the 210 students who began classes August 30 at the Divinity School. More »

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Bookmark (p. 32, Spring’10 Divinity) mistakenly attributed reviewer Michael Gorman’s comment, “Not only is Rowe’s reading a … corrective to misreadings of Acts, …”) to David Burrell.

In ShelfLife (p. 32) the listing for Reading the Bible Intertextually should have read, “Essays by some of the world’s foremost interpreters of the New Testament examine the varied and distinctive ways that the canonical texts engage in conversation with other parts of the Bible.”

Divinity magazine regrets these errors.