The Fellowship in Theology, Medicine, and Culture Program
Dr. Farr Curlin and Dr. Warren Kinghorn
This project, co-directed by Dr. Farr Curlin and Dr. Warren Kinghorn, aims to provide theological formation to Christian health practitioners. As part of its commitment to creating innovative approaches to theological formation, Duke Divinity School already provides several paths for health professional students and practitioners to work alongside students who are training for vocations within the church. The Fellowship program aims to deepen theological formation with respect to the practices of health care, and to make the Divinity School more visible and accessible to health professional students and practitioners, both nationally and globally. Combining academic study with prayer, mentorship, seminars, practicums, and retreats, the Fellowship will equip the Church’s healers with an imagination for faithfully engaging their vocations in health care.