from Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
Rudy and Shirley Nelson present "Precarious Peace: God and Guatemala."
The U.S. premiere of a St. Luke Passion by acclaimed composer James MacMillan caps a four-year international theology and arts collaboration.
Three days of lectures and events culminates in the U.S. premiere of James MacMillan's new St. Luke Passion on April 13.
The February event engaged audiences through poetry, music, and Scripture.
Dean's Songwriters Series continues with visit from singer-songwriter on Feb. 26.
DITA Image & Word film series continues this spring.
Lundin will speak Feb. 6 on "Christ and the Poets."
Feb. 16-18 event features artists engaged in exploration of the arts, discipleship, and Christian imagination.
In the spring 2014 semester, DITA will present three new courses in theology, literature, and the arts.
A new book by Professor Begbie explores theological issues of the modern age through music.
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