The Wesleyan Theological Society honored Professor Maddox for his many contributions to Wesleyan theology.
Duke Divinity School Dean L. Gregory Jones shares a statement about the United Methodist Church 2019 General Conference.
Professors Ray Barfield, Warren Kinghorn, Norman Wirzba, and Jan Holton will collaborate with professors from other schools on "Health as an Ecosystem: Expanding Our Imaginations of Health."
David Steinmetz, the Amos Ragan Kearns Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the History, died Nov. 26 at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Professor Jennifer Harvey spoke on “Dear White Christians: So Now What?”
MacMillan has been nominated for a British Composer Award for the composition resulting from a DITA collaboration.
The Baptist House of Studies and Virginia Baptists will share resources and build relationships.
Farr Curlin, M.D., argues scriptural imagination could reframe the approach of medical professionals to providing health care.
The churches have partnered with the Divinity School to help reduce student debt.
Audio and images from the 2015 event are now available.
Former Duke Divinity School Dean Richard B. Hays was honored on Oct. 23 with a celebration of his deanship and the unveiling of his official portrait.
The Wesley Works Editorial Project publishes new work on Wesley letters and launches website.
Dr. Warren Kinghorn, M.D., Th.D., says the church can address some of the most pressing issues facing patients and caregivers.
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