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The volume demonstrates the presence of the living Christ in the sermon as exemplified through Mary’s conceiving, bearing, and naming of Jesus.

In a partnership with Sojourners and two faith-based groups, Divinity launches a non-degree certificate program to equip NC-based Latinx and African American pastors, ministry leaders, and their congregations to respond effectively.

The Yage Prize for Christian Literature & Arts promotes the production of Chinese Christian literature, music, and visual art and encourages faith through artistic expression.

Rev. Starsky Wilson, president of the Children's Defense Fund, will be keynote speaker at Duke's Martin Luther King Jr. ceremony on Jan. 17.

The volume contains the internationally renowned New Testament scholar’s most significant essays over the last 25 years and represents the fruition of his body of work.

The grant will be used for a project on improving teaching through digital resources by creating a podcast.

Duke Divinity School faculty contribute to a new teaching, learning, and research resource.

As part of an effort to address racial injustice, Duke Divinity School is gathering and reviewing story submissions from community members about the impact of race and racial discrimination at the school.

Professor Norman Wirzba joins Robb Webb and Emma Lietz Bilecky for a podcast on the role of rural faith communities in addressing rural child hunger.

Duke Divinity Admissions pulled together to explore creative new ways to connect with prospective students when the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

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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.
Tuesday, January 5, 2021
The Christian Century
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
The Ecumenical Review (World Council of Churches)