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In celebration of Women's History Month, Duke Divinity is highlighting the stories of four inspiring African American women. 

Katherine H. Smith shares a Lenten invitation to healing and community in a time of constraints and pandemics.

The “Listen, Organize, Act!” podcast interviews Christian leaders working in marginalized communities.

Efird was professor emeritus of the Divinity School and taught Greek and biblical studies to generations of students.

The certificate can be earned within M.Div., M.T.S., and M.A. degree programs and prepares students for leadership in Methodist and Wesleyan Churches.

The report identifies issues, challenges, and opportunities for the school as it continues racial justice efforts.

Greg Jones, dean of the Duke Divinity School, will be stepping down at the end of the academic year to become president of Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn.

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

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

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.

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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, July 27, 2021
The Christian Century
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Religion News Service