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Duke Divinity School engages with theology and the arts

About the Cover
The cover image for this issue is Gospel of John Frontispiece and Incipit from The Saint John’s Bible, a vast, illuminated manuscript commissioned by Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minn. More »

David Roberts’ Lithographs Collection Given to the Divinity School
A collection of David Roberts’ prints was acquired for the Faculty Conference Room in the Divinity School’s Langford Building. More »

Rare Mendelssohn Music Performance Sponsored by Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
In April 2011, Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts and Duke Chapel co-sponsored a performance of Mendelssohn’s St. Paul . More »

Makoto Fujimura Visits Duke
Duke Divinity School and the Duke University Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies (DAAV) hosted internationally acclaimed visual artist Makoto Fujimura. More »

Duke–Cambridge Collaboration
A team of scholars from Duke Divinity School and University of Cambridge are working together with composer James MacMillan on a new St. Luke Passion . More »

Arts and the Life of the Church Is Theme of Convocation & Pastors’ School 2011
Convocation & Pastors’ School is the signature fall event at Duke Divinity School, and the theme for 2011 is “Drawn Into Scripture: Arts and the Life of the Church.” More »

Thomas Langford Chair Inaugural Lecture and Performance
Jeremy Begbie, the inaugural holder of the Thomas A. Langford Research Professorship in Theology, teaches systematic theology and specializes in the interface between theology and the arts. More »

New Creation Arts Group
The group presented a rotating exhibit of student art, a mural with the Black Seminarians Union, a concert series, social events including “crafternoons,” and the third annual Juried Arts Exhibit. More »

Art Fills the Halls of Duke Divinity School
A group led by Jo Bailey Wells is charged with enhancing the space of Duke Divinity School with displays and exhibits of various styles of art. More »