Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts (DITA) at Duke Divinity School and Blacknall Memorial Presbyterian Church will co-host a lecture on "Faith, Hope and Poetry" by poet and musician the Rev. Malcolm Guite. During the lecture, he will draw on his work in theology and the poetic imagination. This event is only open to Duke University students, staff, and faculty.
The lecture is part of the "The Word Made Fresh," a three-day exploration of poetry, music, and Christian imagination. In collaboration with DITA Director Jeremy Begbie, Guite and folk singer-songwriter Steve Bell will present free public lecture/concerts, readings, and theological discussions, culminating in a final evening performance.