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The Da Vinci Code: Novel Puts Early Church in the Spotlight
by Patrick O'Neill

Racial reconciliation put Tyson's ministry and his Methodist congregations at the forefront of the civil rights movement in North Carolina.

by Elisabeth Stagg
This year’s entering class had a median age of just 22.5 and was selected from the most competitive applicant pool in the school’s history.

Preaching the Gospel of Health
by Jonathan Goldstein
A July visit to Rwanda, where the pain of genocide is recent and real, was preparation for reporting to the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization.

by Reed Criswell
The faith journey of Shana Harrison D’97 has taken her to Santiago, Chile, where she now directs La Esperanza, a workshop for the mentally handicapped.

by William E. Pike
Duke Divinity School’s Caring Communities helps medical and faith communities in the Carolinas combine forces for healing and health with support from The Duke Endowment.

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