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 Dr. Abraham Smith, professor of the New Testament at Perkins School of Theology, will present a lecture Feb. 14 on "The King James Bible and the Figuring of African American Bodies."

The screenwriter, director, producer, and songwriter will speak on faith and storytelling Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. Wallace's works include Braveheart, We Were Soldiers, The Man in the Iron Mask, Pearl Harbor, and Secretariat.

Artist Thomas Sayre discusses the design and fabrication of new Goodson Chapel cross.

Divinity School professors Carter and Jennings and alumnus Bantum are forging a new direction for theology, The Christian Century reports.

Jeremy Begbie will give a performance-lecture Mar. 10 at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. Duke alumni are invited to a pre-concert reception with Dean Hays.

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.

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