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Professor Norman Wirzba joins Robb Webb and Emma Lietz Bilecky for a podcast on the role of rural faith communities in addressing rural child hunger.

Duke Divinity Admissions pulled together to explore creative new ways to connect with prospective students when the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

Four former Duke Divinity interns with ties to the Baptist House of Studies were featured in a preaching series for a Northern Virginia church during the pastor’s paternity leave.

Funded with a $1 million Lilly Endowment grant to Duke University, the Community Craft Collaborative is designed to facilitate mutual learning and capacity-building.

"Bigger than my fear of all that is shifting in this difficult year is the fear that, when everything is said and done, all will be the same," writes Professor Jerusha Neal.

Fellows, who include Duke Divinity students Georgina Keene and Darwin Perry, will engage with scholars, activists, artists, and practitioners working on issues of race.

The new podcast is aimed at giving prospective students an inside look into the Divinity School community.

The school welcomed the largest incoming class in the school’s history, with 257 students from seven countries and 35 different states.

Duke University is creatively reimagining an enriched higher education student experience by building a bridge between the pursuit of knowledge in the classroom and the life students lead outside it, Duke University President Vincent E. Price announced.

From wrath and judgment to social justice and poverty, Strawn says the ancient text offers much wisdom for contemporary Christians.

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Our faculty members are regularly featured in the news media, either as writers of articles and op-eds or as experts in their areas of research.
Thursday, December 2, 2021
The Christian Century
Friday, November 12, 2021
Political Theology Network
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The New Yorker