Willimon gleans best material from over two decades of writing Pulpit Resource to help preachers prepare weekly sermons.
Five Duke Divinity faculty receive a grant to explore the intersection of theological studies and neuroethics.
The Feb. 20-22 event will feature Duke Divinity Professor Kate Bowler as keynote speaker along with a number of Divinity School graduates as speakers.
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.
New faculty will add to Duke Divinity strengths in biblical studies and theological ethics.
Abdullah Antepli, associate professor of the practice of interfaith relations at Duke Divinity School, has been named to Power & Influence Top 50 list by the Nonprofit Times for his work on Muslim-Jewish understanding.
Professor Jerusha Neal leads "#MyBodyMyVoice" project with Th.D. candidate Peace Lee to amplify the voices of women who have contributed to church history.
Duke Divinity School professor and New York Times best-selling author Kate Bowler discusses how to keep on living in life’s toughest moments.
Theologian Mary McClintock Fulkerson retires from Duke Divinity School. Her scholarship and teaching leave a lasting influence on feminist theology.
Duke Initiatives in Theology in the Arts hosted an evening of music and conversation reflecting on the legacies of martyrs, focusing on the a Chinese dissident during the Mao era and the sole survivor of the El Mozote massacre in El Salvador.

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