Author

C. Kavin Rowe

Professor, Duke Divinity School

C. Kavin Rowe is professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School. His most recent book is "One True Life: the Stoics and Early Christians as Rival Traditions" (Yale University Press, 2016). He is the author of two other books: "World Upside Down: Reading Acts in the Graeco-Roman Age" (Oxford University Press, 2009, paperback 2010), and "Early Narrative Christology" (de Gruyter, 2006, repr. Baker Academic, 2009). He has published multiple scholarly articles and co-edited "The Word Leaps the Gap" (Eerdmans, 2008) and "Rethinking the Unity and Reception of Luke and Acts" (University of South Carolina Press, 2010). He is on the editorial board of several international peer-review journals. Rowe has been a Fulbright Scholar, Regional Scholar for the Society of Biblical Literature, chair of the Society’s Southeastern Region New Testament section, president of the Society's Southeastern Region, and was elected to the Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas. He was awarded a Lilly Faculty Fellowship, a Christian Faith and Life Grant from the Louisville Institute, the John Templeton Prize for Theological Promise, the Paul J. Achtemeier Award, and a Distinguished Scholars grant from the McDonald Agape Foundation.

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Scholarships available for Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising course

Lake Institute on Faith & Giving will award 12 half-tuition scholarships to be used for one of the 2023 Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising online cohorts. Applications will be accepted through October 3, 2022.

The Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising (ECRF) is designed for religious leaders in faith-based organizations and institutions who wish to learn more about the spirituality of fundraising and gain a core foundation in fundraising principles. Typical titles of attendees include: clergy, judicatory executives, development leaders, professionals at faith-based organizations and lay leaders who have some responsibilities with funding or finances. Scholarship criteria include both demonstrated financial need as well as the potential for applying course learnings in your current professional context.

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