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TheBestSchools.org gives top ranking to Doctor of Ministry program at Duke Divinity School.

The Black Pastoral Leadership Collaboration will draw on original research in black church traditions and historical examples of effective black church leadership to train and build networks of effective leaders for the black church of today and the future.

The 2019 entering class was comprised of 215 new students from 33 different states and seven other countries.

New faculty will add to Duke Divinity strengths in biblical studies and theological ethics.

Pastors with a heart and passion to minister for and with the Latinx community are encouraged to apply.

 The group meets every week for spiritual formation from a Hispanic Methodist perspective.

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.

Two Th.D. students, Dustin Benac and Sarah Jobe, are part of a cohort who implemented an interdisciplinary project in qualitatitve research methods.

Professor Jerusha Neal leads "#MyBodyMyVoice" project with Th.D. candidate Peace Lee to amplify the voices of women who have contributed to church history.

The committee will continue recent efforts to engage with and learn from Duke’s history.

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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