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Strawn argues that keeping secrets makes us sick, and the Old Testament offers a way to speak honestly about the big things like sin, suffering, and violence.
On April 3, 2024, Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts hosted Dr. Iain McGilchrist for a public conversation with DITA Director Dr. Jeremy Begbie.
Table Talk
In this episode, Table Talk co-host Rev. Sam McGlothlin speaks with dean Edgardo Colon-Emeric about Wesleyan discipleship and its four healing gifts: faith, family, fiesta, and forgiveness.
Saturdays at Seven
In the “Saturdays at Seven” conversation series, Todd Ream talks with Dean Edgardo Colón-Emeric, the Irene and William McCutchen Professor of Reconciliation and Theology and director of the Center for Reconciliation.
The Thriving Communities Fellowship program is designed for those pursuing a residential Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree who are exploring a vocation as an ordained pastor and who have a vision of the church as a catalyst for social healing, local economic development, and community revitalization.
The Whole Life Podcast
Luke Bretherton on how the Christian faith offers a better way for our politics—prioritising service, humility, and the good of others over the pursuit of power for its own sake.
The Disrupters: Faith Changing Culture
Kaitlyn Schiess and Luke Bretherton present an inspiring vision of how faith and citizenship can become unifying forces rather than divisive ones, grounded in the virtues of understanding and respecting others.
Duke Divinity School Admissions Office hosts a conversation about the current student experience featuring current residential and hybrid M.Div. and M.T.S. students.
Focalore Media
Peter Casarella is interviewed as he serves a second five-year term on the International Roman Catholic-Baptist World Alliance Ecumenical Dialogue.
AEHS at Duke Divinity School is a full Anglican seminary program within an ecumenical divinity school at a leading research university.
Christians Caring for Creation
This episode focuses on Wirzba's recent book "Agrarian Spirit: Cultivating Faith, Community and the Land" (2022). It's a call for everyone to embrace the agrarian spirit of knowing, nurturing, and protecting the land.
Learn about how to choose a degree program at Duke Divinity School
New Creation Conversations
This podcast episode centers on Strawn's most recent book "The Incomparable God: Readings in Biblical Theology," which covers topics like the complex portrayal of God in Genesis, God’s mercy in Exodus, the poetic description of God in the Psalms, the Trinity in both Testaments, and the integration of faith and scholarship.
The Two Cities
In this episode, Sarah Jean Barton talks about her book, "Becoming the Baptized Body: Disability and the Practice of Christian Community," and how baptism is often denied in Christian churches to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Weight
Edgardo Colón-Emeric joins "The Weight" podcast for a discussion of Maundy Thursday through the lens of the ministry of Fr. Oscar Romero, the Archbishop of El Salvador who was assassinated in 1980.
Duke Divinity School offers a new track for the Certificate in Theology and Health Care. Learn about the newest track available to students with a vocation in health care.
The premiere of the St. Luke Passion in Duke University Chapel on Palm Sunday 2014.
Pod Have Mercy
Douglas Campbell, professor of New Testament, joins "Pod Have Mercy" to discuss the state of the church, the Apostle Paul, and interpretations of the Bible. 
Introducing the course "Rediscovering the Heart of Methodism," Rev. Dr. Edgardo Colón-Emeric of the Duke Divinity School illuminates the key to the heart of Methodism.