Professor Kate Bowler's highly rated podcast, “Everything Happens,” returns for a second season with new episodes on how people have faced dark times in their lives.
Video from the conversation between Divinity School professors Kate Bowler and Ray Barfield is now available.
Dr. Ray Barfield, professor of pediatrics and Christian philosophy, almost walked away from medicine. Now he wants to prevent doctor burnout – and to reshape pre-medical education.
Professor Brittany E. Wilson gets a 2016 sabbatical grant for researchers from The Louisville Institute.
Allan Boesak will lecture on the meaning of radical reconciliation.
"Some Christians believe God rewards the faithful. So why did I get Stage 4 cancer?" asks Professor Kate Bowler in The New York Times.
Peter Heltzel is the first speaker in a lecture series that addresses perspectives on reconciliation and its role in Christian life.
Renie (WC’62) and Bill (E’62) McCutchen of Westport, Conn., continue a long history of generous partnership with Duke Divinity School.
Ten students participate in annual GLI Leadership Institute as part of Divinity School course taught by Ellen Davis.
Professor Brittany Wilson receives Lautenschlaeger Award for Theological Promise for her first book.
The Sally Glenn Bates Scholarship will be a permanent resource to support students.
Professors Doerfler, Grillo, Toole and Wirzba awarded Duke grants.
Herman will be at Duke March 1-10 and March 28-30.
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