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Professor Willimon will deliver this year’s lectures for the most prestigious and historic lectureship on preaching in America at Yale Divinity School in October.

Duke Divinity School welcomes eight new faculty members in 2020.

Pandemic response requires more than words of encouragement for those who are suffering. It requires concrete steps to undo systemic injustices, writes the David Emmanuel Goatley, director of the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School.

Since my wife entered hospice, we’ve grown closer together and deeper in our faith, writes Professor C. Kavin Rowe in the Wall Street Journal. 

We do not have to let social distancing disrupt or destroy “the tie that binds” and “the fellowship of kindred minds,” writes Professor David Emmanuel Goatley in Baptist News Global. 

Professor David Emmanuel Goatley and alumnus Michael Battle took part in a panel discussion on the legacy of the transatlantic slave trade and its relevance for Christian higher education.

Professor Valerie Cooper on how the black community in the United States has grown expert at enduring the unendurable.

Professors Luke Bretherton, Xi Lian, and C. Kavin Rowe are among those honored.

Th.D. student Aminah Al-Attas Bradford received the fellowship to support her doctoral work past the coursework stage.

The Exodus story will mirror the experience of millions across the globe who are staying inside their homes, praying that death will pass them by and that God will once more provide deliverance, writes Professor Stephen Chapman.

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