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."
Group will advise on school’s work in reconciliation and Christianity in global contexts.
A partnership with World Vision and the CFR has created the World Vision Justice Fellows Program.
William W. B.S.C.E.'62, P'86 and Irene Lilly McCutchen A.B.'62, P'86, P'90, P'90 win awards for outstanding volunteer service.
Professor Emeritus Stanley Hauerwas gave a public lecture on Sept. 29 sponsored by AEHS. Video is available.
The Divinity School will host a public panel discussion Oct. 28 with two international advocates against the death penalty, including a Nobel Prize nominee.
Guite reflected on how an understanding of vocation can be clarified by listening to the voices of others.
The Student Essays in Christian Wisdom competition was run by The Living Church magazine.
Rice will serve as the Divinity School’s new senior fellow for Northeast Asia and will develop Duke’s emerging Northeast Asia Reconciliation Initiative.
The conference will address theological perspectives on suffering.
Clancy worked for the Center for Reconciliation for six years.
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