Eboni Marshall Turman, assistant research professor of theological ethics and black church studies and the director of the Office of Black Church Studies, delivered the sermon for the May 14 service.
Divinity School Interim Dean Ellen Davis will serve as vice chair of the search committee for Duke’s 10th president.
The first stage of an initiative to digitize Duke Chapel sermons is complete with the release of more than 2,500 sermons online.
Renowned philosopher Charles Taylor will be interviewed by Professor Luke Bretherton on Nov. 18 for “The Sacredness of the Secular and the Secularity of the Sacred: Re-imagining the Role of Religions in Public Life.”
Grant from The Duke Endowment to fund programs that support Hispanic/Latino ministry.
Guite's month-long stay concluded with a lecture on Samuel T. Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner."
Allen Stanton, M.Div. '15, will use the fellowship to promote engagement in a social justice issue.
Richard Payne will serve on a pain research committee of the NIH.
How do we value the voices of people we've encountered in unexpected places?
Four Divinity School students are among the winners of grants to study NC religious history.
On Nov. 10 and 11, leading New Testament scholar Wright will lecture on Pauline theology as covered in his recent book, Paul and the Faithfulness of God.
Malcolm Guite's month-long stay at Duke Divinity School included lectures, poetry readings, and more.
A new book by Professor Ellen Davis explores the roles of biblical prophecy in Scripture.
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