The Theology, Medicine, and Culture initiative works to foster transdisciplinary conversation and practical collaboration at the intersections of religion, theology, and health care.
Theology, Medicine, and Culture (TMC) is a new strategic initiative that engages a wide range of individuals, communities, and institutions on fundamental questions about human flourishing, fragility, and death. Centered at Duke Divinity School, the initiative draws faculty and students from theology, medicine, nursing, public policy, and the arts and sciences.
Back to Gilead
Farr Curlin, M.D., argues scriptural imagination could reframe the approach of medical professionals to providing health care.
Convocation & Pastors’ School Recordings
Audio and images from the 2015 event are now available.
The Church and the Renewal of Health Care
Dr. Warren Kinghorn, M.D., Th.D., says the church can address some of the most pressing issues facing patients and caregivers.
Formed by War
Combat wounds the soul, but the gospel offers hope. Christianity Today talks with Professor Kinghorn and a Divinity School alumnus.
Richard Payne Wins Award for Leadership in Healthcare
Payne was awarded a medal for outstanding leadership in health care by HCCN.
Unexpected Intersections: Arts, Medicine, and Theology
Professors Ray Barfield and Jeremy Begbie discuss connections between the arts, medicine, and theology in a video from the "Ideas the Move the World Forward" series.
Physicians Honored for Outstanding Care of Patients Near the End of Life
The selection committee is chaired by Richard Payne, the Esther Colliflower Professor of Medicine and Divinity.
Bioethics in Abrahamic Tradition Panel
A March 17 panel discussion will address connections between religion and bioethics.
Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellowship Announced
The fellowship, which aims to equip Christians to faithfully engage their vocations in health care, will offer students tuition grants of at least 50 percent for the first year of study.