Four new books that are shaping theological conversations
Mark Jordan’s gentle, urgent invitation
Six of my Duke Divinity students, ten years later
Conversations with Rowan Williams, Justo González, Emilie Townes, and Sam Wells
After Whiteness is urgent reading for any institution that purports to care about God and race.
A conversation between Parker Palmer, Stephen Lewis, Matthew Wesley Williams, and Dori Baker about the book Another Way
Reformulating the landscape in changing times
“We’ve lost the capacity to talk about the universality of brokenness—and belovedness.”
Until 1565, the local church was also the seminary.
The M.Div.X program hopes to train innovative church leaders—with no student debt, says seminary president Robin J. Steinke.
School can't simply admit students from diverse backgrounds and expect them to know how to talk to each other.
Motivated in part by the whitewashing of a radical legacy, Patrick Parr explores King's seminary years and the roots planted there.
In a time of terror, the seminary needed the contraband words of Gustavo Gutiérrez.
He was known for the intellectual rigor of The Nature of Doctrine. But what drove him was a commitment to Christian unity.
In a course on contemplative prayer, I assigned just six books—and we read them each twice.