Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts (DITA) at Duke Divinity School will welcome world-renowned biblical scholar N.T. Wright for a breakfast conversation as a part of DITA10: A Symposium on the Future of Theology and the Arts. In this discussion, Wright will ask how the biblical vision of Creation and New Creation can inspire us to imagine the future of theology's interaction with the arts. Breakfast will be provided for all registrants. Seating is limited.
Following the breakfast conversation, Wright will deliver the sermon for a special theology and arts worship service at 11 a.m. at Duke University Chapel. All are welcome.
This event is included in the DITA10 Symposium registration, however, individual tickets to this event may be purchased for non-registrants through the Duke Box Office for $25 each ($10 for Duke students). Registration at the box office will be available soon.