Randy Maddox

Associate Dean, Faculty Development at Duke University - Divinity School

Randy Maddox

Randy Maddox

Associate Dean, Faculty Development at Duke University - Divinity School

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Professor Maddox is a leading scholar of the theology of John and Charles Wesley and of theological developments in the later Methodist/Wesleyan tradition. He is author of Responsible Grace: John Wesley’s Practical Theology, a contributor to Wesley and the Quadrilateral, and editor of Aldersgate Reconsidered and Rethinking Wesley’s Theology for Contemporary Methodism. He is the Institute Secretary of the Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies, and Associate General Editor of the Wesley Works Editorial Project.

Other teaching and research interests for Professor Maddox include the science and religion dialogue, environmental theology, eschatology, and the self-understanding of theology as a discipline.

Maddox is an ordained elder in the Dakotas Conference of The United Methodist Church, and has served as a theological consultant to the United Methodists bishops on several projects.

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Director of Ministerial Formation at Duke University - Divinity School

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Executive Director, Leadership Education, Associate Dean, Leadership Initiatives at Duke University - Divinity School

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Administrative Coordinator, Office of the Dean at Duke University - Divinity School

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Senior Director for Academic Programs & Registrar at Duke University - Divinity School

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Interim Dean at Duke University - Divinity School

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Senior Director of Admissions, Recruitment & Student Finance at Duke University - Divinity School

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Senior Director, Clergy Health Initiative at Duke University - Divinity School

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Faculty Editor & Director of the Center for Theological Writing at Duke University - Divinity School

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Managing Director, Foundations of Christian Leadership at Duke University - Divinity School

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Managing Director of Grants, Leadership Education at Duke University - Divinity School

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The Divinity School at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina is one of ten graduate or professional schools within Duke University. It is also one of thirteen seminaries founded and supported by the United Methodist Church. The Divinity School was founded in 1926 as the first graduate school at Duke, following a large endowment by James B. Duke, a tobacco magnate, in 1924. The Divinity School carries on from the original founding of Trinity College at the site in 1859, which provided free training for Methodist preachers in exchange for support from the church. Though the school is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, it is also ecumenical in outlook and has both faculty and students from a variety of denominations.

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The Divinity School at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina is one of ten graduate or professional schools within Duke University. It is also one of thirteen seminaries founded and supported by the United Methodist Church. The Divinity School was founded in 1926 as the first graduate school at Duke, following a large endowment by James B. Duke, a tobacco magnate, in 1924. The Divinity School carries on from the original founding of Trinity College at the site in 1859, which provided free training for Methodist preachers in exchange for support from the church. Though the school is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, it is also ecumenical in outlook and has both faculty and students from a variety of denominations.

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