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Thomas Sayre, the artist who created the chancel cross for Goodson Chapel, will present an informal lecture at 12:20 p.m. on the design and fabrication of the 600-pound, 8-foot high by 5-foot wide, earth-cast cross.

See Professor Carter deliver a sermon during a service commemorating the civil rights leader.

On Tues. Jan. 31 Melvin L. Butler, jazz musician and professor of music, will give lectures exploring issues of music and faith in black gospel performance and jazz improvisation.

American Religion: Contemporary Trends by Mark Chaves wins "Christianity and Culture" award.

Nearly 50 paintings of mid-century Durham by Bob Blake are installed in classrooms.

The center is partnering to host a five-day leadership institute in Kampala, Uganda, to offer participants an opportunity to learn from Christian leaders.

In an exhibit sponsored by the Divinity School Arts and Aesthetics Committee,  The Vision of Isaiah painting will be on display through the end of the year.

Associate Dean Richard Lischer and professors Warren Smith and Sujin Pak on committee to select new Duke Chapel dean.

Duke Divinity School members are invited to celebrate Easter in Cambridge, England, with a full program of concerts and services during Holy Week, as part of the Duke-Cambridge Collaboration. 

Norman Wirzba’s Food and Faith: A Theology of Eating honored by Englewood Review.

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