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Ramping up the use of existing and new technologies, Duke Divinity School transitioned all classes to remote online learning beginning March 16.

To serve students engaged in the intense formational work of becoming preachers and Christian leaders, the school has found ways to continue pastoral care, spiritual formation, and worship in remote formats. 

On April 2, The Office of Black Church Studies will hold a webinar instructed by the Rev. Dr. James Forbes Jr.with guest speaker the Rev. Dr. William Barber II, M.Div. '89, co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival.

On March 17, 2020, the Methodist Church lost one of its leading ecumenists, Geoffrey Wainwright (1939-2020). Edgardo Colón-Emeric reflects on his legacy.

Find the latest information about Divinity School-specific updates to classes, activities, and more.

Professor Maddox is retiring, bringing to a close the Duke career of a scholar, teacher, and mentor.

For nearly 20 years, the program has brought young people from around the country and outside the U.S. into intentional Christian community.

Three new certificates can be earned alongside master’s degree programs: the Certificate in Black Church Studies; the Certificate in Faith-based Organizing, Advocacy, and Social Transformation; and the Certificate in Faith, Food, and Environmental Justice.

The school was chosen for demonstrating a commitment to service and justice through their curriculum, scholarships, internships, and student-life experiences.

Willimon gleans best material from over two decades of writing Pulpit Resource to help preachers prepare weekly sermons.

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