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Th.D. student David Stark has received a grant to study at Leipzig University in Germany as part of an exchange program funded by European program Erasmus+.

The first annual Hispanic Preaching Festival celebrated and explored Hispanic homiletics.

A new study of United Methodist clergy in North Carolina has found that certain conditions correspond to both a lower likelihood of depression and anxiety and to higher levels of positive mental health.

Part of the difficult witness for the privileged within the church is to renounce a bit of that privilege and work on behalf of the marginalized, says Wilson, D.Min. '16, in Faith & Leadership.

Homiletics scholars from around the world will attend Societas Homiletica's conference in August 2018.

An interdisciplinary panel of faculty, staff, and students responded with a strong condemnation of the recently passed N.C. House Bill 2 that strips anti-discrimination protections from LGBT citizens.

Three volumes in the Bicentennial Edition of the Works of John Wesley series were honored by the award from the Wesleyan Theological Society.

“Riven Tree” by artist Bruce Herman is based on the resurrection of Jesus and will hang in the York Room.

Duke Chapel and Duke Divinity School organist Christopher Jacobson has received the highest honor from the United Kingdom’s Royal College of Organists.

Divinity School Professor Kate Bowler talks with Frank Stasio, host of WUNC's "The State of Things," about grappling with her cancer diagnosis and reflects on the intersecton of life, death, and faith.

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