The Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School and Will Willimon, S.T.D., professor of the practice of Christian Ministry at the school, will host a discussion inspired by William B. Gravely’s new book, They Stole Him Out of Jail: Willie Earle, South Carolina’s Last Lynching Victim.
The Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative is hosting the Inaugural Catena Lecture in Medicine, Faith and Service to be given by Tom Catena, M.D. The lecture is titled “Gratitude in Action: One Doctor. One Hospital. One Million Patients.”
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Leadership Education at Duke Divinity
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