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Five Duke Divinity faculty receive a grant to explore the intersection of theological studies and neuroethics.

The Duke Clergy Health Initiative's new program is designed to equip pastors with tools to manage and respond to the stresses of ministry.

The Feb. 20-22 event will feature Duke Divinity Professor Kate Bowler as keynote speaker along with a number of Divinity School graduates as speakers.

Duke Divinity Dean L. Gregory Jones describes a vision for the ways that theological education can contribute to the flourishing of our churches, university, and communities.

The pre-recorded special, “The Marvel of this Night: Christmas at Duke University Chapel,” will air on CBS stations nationwide and be livestreamed on Dec. 24 at 11:35 p.m.

Dr. Thomas Catena, the only surgeon serving 750,000 people in a remote and war-torn area of Sudan, gave a lecture about the mental, physical and psychological challenges of his work and about the Christian faith that sustains him.

The fellowship will provide 52 new full-tuition scholarships over the next four years and equip students for innovative, pastoral leadership for the church and their communities.

The Duke Endowment grant will create new scholarships, strengthen the doctor of theology program, and support lifelong learning for pastors.

Colón-Emeric invites Christians to take up the work of reconciliation.

L. Gregory Jones, who was currently serving a three-year term as dean of the Divinity School, had his term as dean extended for a full five years through 2023,


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