Duke Divinity School will hold its 93rd Opening Convocation Service with the Rev. Dr. David Emmanuel Goatley, research professor of theology and Black Church Studies at the school, preaching.
Duke Initiatives in Theology & the Arts (DITA) marks a decade of scholarship with three days of conversation, worship, and art centered on the theme of Creation and New Creation. Registration is required.
Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts at Duke Divinity School will welcome world-renowned biblical scholar N.T. Wright for a breakfast conversation as a part of DITA10: A Symposium on the Future of Theology and the Arts.
Through a variety of seminars, programs, gatherings, lectures, and other events, the Divinity School seeks to help strengthen your faith by building your knowledge about the church and its practices.
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity aims to create lasting change in U.S. congregations by supporting Christian leaders and the institutions they serve. Leadership Education offers online resources, designs programs and training, and facilitates networks of institutions.