"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.
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. 
Video from the conversation between Divinity School professors Kate Bowler and Ray Barfield is now available. 
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.
Professor Wirzba joins the "Leading Voices in Food" podcast to discuss the relationship of faith to food and whether we should be more spiritually connected to our food and how it is produced.
A recording of Richard Hays's retirement lecture,  “A Dark Fruition: Waiting in Hope," is now available for viewing. 
Four new faculty join Duke Divinity School, enriching curricular offerings, expanding interdisciplinary research, and leading houses of study.
Professors Jeremy Begbie and Norman Wirzba have been awarded the highest honor given to university faculty. 
The book by Professor William H. Willimon has been named a best book of the year by The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) Christian Book Award program.

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