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Duke Divinity Dean L. Gregory Jones describes a vision for the ways that theological education can contribute to the flourishing of our churches, university, and communities.

The pre-recorded special, “The Marvel of this Night: Christmas at Duke University Chapel,” will air on CBS stations nationwide and be livestreamed on Dec. 24 at 11:35 p.m.

The fellowship will provide 52 new full-tuition scholarships over the next four years and equip students for innovative, pastoral leadership for the church and their communities.

Dr. Thomas Catena, the only surgeon serving 750,000 people in a remote and war-torn area of Sudan, gave a lecture about the mental, physical and psychological challenges of his work and about the Christian faith that sustains him.

The Duke Endowment grant will create new scholarships, strengthen the doctor of theology program, and support lifelong learning for pastors.

Colón-Emeric invites Christians to take up the work of reconciliation.

L. Gregory Jones, who was currently serving a three-year term as dean of the Divinity School, had his term as dean extended for a full five years through 2023,

Dean Jones headed to DC to highlight Duke Divinity School’s work throughout North Carolina to the state’s congressional delegation and explain how faith-based entities are well suited to help communities and government leaders solve structural problems throughout the state.

This gift will endow a new lecture series within the Theology, Medicine, and Culture initative at Duke Divinity School.

The Baptist House of Studies hosted a delegation of Christians and Muslims from the Republic of Georgia on Oct. 11.

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Faculty In The Media

Our faculty members are regularly featured in the news media, either as writers of articles and op-eds or as experts in their areas of research.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Means of Grace podcast (Western NC Conference of the United Methodist Church)
Tuesday, January 7, 2020
The Thomistic Institute podcast