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Duke Divinity School professor and New York Times best-selling author Kate Bowler discusses how to keep on living in life’s toughest moments.

The gift from alumnus A. Morris Williams will support graduate students at Duke Divinity School.

The Fayetteville Friendship House, which opened late last year, is the brainchild of Scott Cameron, a physician and a graduate of Duke Divinity School.

The initiative provides an opportunity for Hispanic/Latino pastors and people involved in ministerial leadership to receive practical training for the work of ministry.

Students who have come to Duke Divinity School through the partner agreement with Huntingdon College include student government co-president Bria Rochelle.

Duke Initiatives in Theology in the Arts hosted an evening of music and conversation reflecting on the legacies of martyrs, focusing on the a Chinese dissident during the Mao era and the sole survivor of the El Mozote massacre in El Salvador.

North Carolina Correctional Institution for Women awarded the honor for the school’s Project TURN courses where incarcerated women learn alongside Divinity students.

Six Black students from Duke Divinity School preached in local churches on the Office of Black Church Studies Preaching Sunday.

Divinity School faculty were awarded distinguished professorships by Duke University on May 2.

Joel Marcus, professor of New Testament and Christian Origins, retires after 18 years at Duke Divinity School.


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