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Repairing the Soul

Chris Kyle is celebrated for being the most lethal sniper in military history. But after serving four tours in Iraq, Kyle, like most veterans, found...

Brite recognizes beloved professor at Spring Celebration

There is no argument among the Brite Divinity School that Dr. David J. Gouwens is its professor of the year.  At Thursday’s Spring Celebration, Gouwens...

Brite inaugurates new associate professor of Hebrew Bible

Brite Divinity School welcomed its latest faculty member Tuesday afternoon in an "atypical ceremony." Brite President Dr. Newell Williams introduced the event and warned the...

Honors students share ideas influenced by South by Southwest

Honors students in the South by Southwest Interactive TCU colloquium challenged the student body to think outside the box when presenting their innovative ideas...

More than a ‘sweet 16’

For many teens, turning 16 is a right of passage that comes with a driver’s license and a party. But one first-year student used...

Brite Divinity recognized as a seminary that changes the world

The Brite Divinity School’s ability to cater to a wide range of congregations and build leaders rooted in faith earned it national recognition. Brite was named...

Brite completes $2.5 million endowment to fund new faculty chair

Episcopal studies at Brite Divinity School is receiving a boost this month from an endowment fund that reached its goal. Sylvia and Tim Stevens made the final...

Ministers Week addresses how modern culture is changing churches

American society is transforming and the first speaker for Wednesday’s session of Ministers Week said he urges churches to strategize new ways to cope...

Window dedication kicks off Brite’s 100th anniversary celebration

The founding president of what is now Brite Divinity School was remembered Monday night with the dedication of an antique stained glass window. The window,...

The 100th anniversary of Brite Divinity School kicks off ‘Ministers Week’

In 1915, as the Rev. Carey Morgan dedicated Brite Divinity School, he urged ministers to understand the age in which they lived. “The preacher must...
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