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Baxley will be the fourth executive coordinator to lead the 1,800-church network and will start his role in March.

"Facing death, I felt the connection between the past and the present more deeply than I ever thought I would," writes Professor Bowler in The New York Times.

Professor Payne was an internationally known expert in the areas of pain relief, palliative care, oncology, and neurology.

William J. Barber II, M.Div. '89, has been named The News & Observer’s 2018 Tar Heel of the Year.

The Center for Studies in the Wesleyan Tradition at Duke Divinity School has completed a multi-year project intended to provide broader and more reliable access to the hymnody of early Methodism.

Clergy are notoriously bad at taking care of their own health, even as they administer to the needs of others.

Professor Kate Bowler's highly rated podcast, “Everything Happens,” returns for a second season with new episodes on how people have faced dark times in their lives. 

Students interested in learning about Hispanic theological perspectives are invited to apply for the program at a subsidized rate.

Dr. Ray Barfield, professor of pediatrics and Christian philosophy, almost walked away from medicine. Now he wants to prevent doctor burnout – and to reshape pre-medical education.

Video from the conversation between Divinity School professors Kate Bowler and Ray Barfield is now available. 

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Faculty In The Media

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.
Monday, October 14, 2019
The (Duke) Chronicle
Saturday, October 12, 2019
The New York Times
Friday, October 11, 2019
Religion News Service