The Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (AEHS) sponsored a public lecture by Stanley Hauerwas, Gilbert T. Rowe Professor Emeritus of Divinity and Law, on Sept. 29.
In the lecture, Hauwerwas explored the divorce of theology and ministry in recent times. After tracing some of the factors contributing to this break, he argued for why theology and ministry must be understood as interdependent.
A video of the lecture is available on iTunes U.
On the evening of Sept. 8, the Divinity School's Anglican Episcopal House of Studies hosted poet, priest, scholar, and songwriter Malcolm Guite for a conversation entitled “Voice and Vocation.” Drawing on his poetry, Guite offered reflections on how Christians can clarify their understanding of the vocations to which they are called by God by listening to the voices of others. By paying attention to the voices from the “great cloud of witnesses,” Christians are discipled and formed in particular ways.
Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (AEHS) students Kevin Rose and John Zambaneni were recognized recently for their entries in a national essay contest run by The Living Church magazine. The fifth annual Student Essays in Christian Wisdom competition attracted papers from students enrolled in seminaries and divinity schools across the Anglican Communion. Two of the top three prizes went to students from Duke Divinity School.
David Marshall, associate professor of the practice of Christian-Muslim relations at Duke Divinity School, has co-edited a new book exploring the views of Christian and Muslim theologians on the themes of death, resurrection, and human destiny.
On Nov. 20, the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies (AEHS) at Duke Divinity School sponsored a public lecture, “Rational and Imaginative Persuasion: Reflections on C.S. Lewis on the 50th Anniversary of His Death.” The event featured the Rev. Dr.