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Augustine’s Confessions

Mon, Mar 04 at 6 p.m.

Read one of the indispensable classics of Western literature, get to know one of the greatest theologians of the Christiantradition, and join him and us on the timeless quest to find truth amid confusion and controversy and rest for the soul in a restless world. Rereaders and first-time readers equally welcome. Cosponsored by the Center for Christianity and Scholarship and Fons Vitae.

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The Case for Christ Reading Group

Mon, Mar 04 at 4 p.m.

This group will read through The Case for Christ by former Chicago Tribue journalist Lee Strobel. The book chronicles Strobel’s journey from atheism to belief after investigating the claims of Christianity. Join us to experience his journey and his encounters with university professors in conversations about the veracity of Christianity.

Contact Edward at edward.dixon@duke.edu for more information.

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Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, Mar 06 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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Women’s Reading Group

Thu, Mar 07 at 7:30 p.m.

When men are treated as the default sex, women pose challenging intellectual problems: Does difference imply inferiority? How much do our bodies shape our vocations? What does the entanglement of mother and child reveal about what it means to be human? This group explores a wide range of Christian women's reflections on women's experiences of God, the church, and political and intellectual life. Readings may include excerpts from Edith Stein ("The Separate Vocations of Man and Woman According to Nature and Grace"), Pauli Murray ("Sermon on the Ordination of Women"), Sarah Coakley (God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay on the Trinity), Erika Bachiochi (The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision), and more. Bring your own suggested readings to share with the group!

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First-Year Seminar

Thu, Mar 07 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

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Women in Business

Thu, Mar 07 at 1 p.m.

Are you interested in one day embarking on a business venture? We’re starting a reading group geared towards women interested in business. This group will focus on nurturing an entrepreneurial mindset, and discovering how the Christian faith can influence our purpose in entrepreneurship and business. We’ll explore texts by Christian leaders in business, attend events, and foster a community around our common interest of making an impact on the world with our ideas. Join me this semester as we navigate exploring the field of business as Christian women.

Contact Elizabeth at elizabethmstew@gmail.com for more information.

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Augustine’s Confessions

Mon, Mar 18 at 6 p.m.

Read one of the indispensable classics of Western literature, get to know one of the greatest theologians of the Christiantradition, and join him and us on the timeless quest to find truth amid confusion and controversy and rest for the soul in a restless world. Rereaders and first-time readers equally welcome. Cosponsored by the Center for Christianity and Scholarship and Fons Vitae.

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Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, Mar 20 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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Women’s Reading Group

Thu, Mar 21 at 7:30 p.m.

When men are treated as the default sex, women pose challenging intellectual problems: Does difference imply inferiority? How much do our bodies shape our vocations? What does the entanglement of mother and child reveal about what it means to be human? This group explores a wide range of Christian women's reflections on women's experiences of God, the church, and political and intellectual life. Readings may include excerpts from Edith Stein ("The Separate Vocations of Man and Woman According to Nature and Grace"), Pauli Murray ("Sermon on the Ordination of Women"), Sarah Coakley (God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay on the Trinity), Erika Bachiochi (The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision), and more. Bring your own suggested readings to share with the group!

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First-Year Seminar

Thu, Mar 21 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

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Women in Business

Thu, Mar 21 at 1 p.m.

Are you interested in one day embarking on a business venture? We’re starting a reading group geared towards women interested in business. This group will focus on nurturing an entrepreneurial mindset, and discovering how the Christian faith can influence our purpose in entrepreneurship and business. We’ll explore texts by Christian leaders in business, attend events, and foster a community around our common interest of making an impact on the world with our ideas. Join me this semester as we navigate exploring the field of business as Christian women.

Contact Elizabeth at elizabethmstew@gmail.com for more information.

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Augustine’s Confessions

Mon, Mar 25 at 6 p.m.

Read one of the indispensable classics of Western literature, get to know one of the greatest theologians of the Christiantradition, and join him and us on the timeless quest to find truth amid confusion and controversy and rest for the soul in a restless world. Rereaders and first-time readers equally welcome. Cosponsored by the Center for Christianity and Scholarship and Fons Vitae.

Learn more →

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Faculty

Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, Mar 27 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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First-Year Seminar

Thu, Mar 28 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

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Augustine’s Confessions

Mon, Apr 01 at 6 p.m.

Read one of the indispensable classics of Western literature, get to know one of the greatest theologians of the Christiantradition, and join him and us on the timeless quest to find truth amid confusion and controversy and rest for the soul in a restless world. Rereaders and first-time readers equally welcome. Cosponsored by the Center for Christianity and Scholarship and Fons Vitae.

Learn more →

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Grad Students
Faculty

Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, Apr 03 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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Faculty
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Women’s Reading Group

Thu, Apr 04 at 7:30 p.m.

When men are treated as the default sex, women pose challenging intellectual problems: Does difference imply inferiority? How much do our bodies shape our vocations? What does the entanglement of mother and child reveal about what it means to be human? This group explores a wide range of Christian women's reflections on women's experiences of God, the church, and political and intellectual life. Readings may include excerpts from Edith Stein ("The Separate Vocations of Man and Woman According to Nature and Grace"), Pauli Murray ("Sermon on the Ordination of Women"), Sarah Coakley (God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay on the Trinity), Erika Bachiochi (The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision), and more. Bring your own suggested readings to share with the group!

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Undergrads

First-Year Seminar

Thu, Apr 04 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

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Undergrads

Women in Business

Thu, Apr 04 at 1 p.m.

Are you interested in one day embarking on a business venture? We’re starting a reading group geared towards women interested in business. This group will focus on nurturing an entrepreneurial mindset, and discovering how the Christian faith can influence our purpose in entrepreneurship and business. We’ll explore texts by Christian leaders in business, attend events, and foster a community around our common interest of making an impact on the world with our ideas. Join me this semester as we navigate exploring the field of business as Christian women.

Contact Elizabeth at elizabethmstew@gmail.com for more information.

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Grad Students
Faculty
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Augustine’s Confessions

Mon, Apr 08 at 6 p.m.

Read one of the indispensable classics of Western literature, get to know one of the greatest theologians of the Christiantradition, and join him and us on the timeless quest to find truth amid confusion and controversy and rest for the soul in a restless world. Rereaders and first-time readers equally welcome. Cosponsored by the Center for Christianity and Scholarship and Fons Vitae.

Learn more →

Undergrads
Grad Students
Faculty

Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, Apr 10 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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Undergrads

First-Year Seminar

Thu, Apr 11 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

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Faculty
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Augustine’s Confessions

Mon, Apr 15 at 6 p.m.

Read one of the indispensable classics of Western literature, get to know one of the greatest theologians of the Christiantradition, and join him and us on the timeless quest to find truth amid confusion and controversy and rest for the soul in a restless world. Rereaders and first-time readers equally welcome. Cosponsored by the Center for Christianity and Scholarship and Fons Vitae.

Learn more →

Undergrads
Grad Students
Faculty

Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, Apr 17 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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Undergrads
Grad Students
Faculty
Friends

Women’s Reading Group

Thu, Apr 18 at 7:30 p.m.

When men are treated as the default sex, women pose challenging intellectual problems: Does difference imply inferiority? How much do our bodies shape our vocations? What does the entanglement of mother and child reveal about what it means to be human? This group explores a wide range of Christian women's reflections on women's experiences of God, the church, and political and intellectual life. Readings may include excerpts from Edith Stein ("The Separate Vocations of Man and Woman According to Nature and Grace"), Pauli Murray ("Sermon on the Ordination of Women"), Sarah Coakley (God, Sexuality, and the Self: An Essay on the Trinity), Erika Bachiochi (The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision), and more. Bring your own suggested readings to share with the group!

Learn more →

Undergrads

First-Year Seminar

Thu, Apr 18 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

Learn more →

Undergrads

Women in Business

Thu, Apr 18 at 1 p.m.

Are you interested in one day embarking on a business venture? We’re starting a reading group geared towards women interested in business. This group will focus on nurturing an entrepreneurial mindset, and discovering how the Christian faith can influence our purpose in entrepreneurship and business. We’ll explore texts by Christian leaders in business, attend events, and foster a community around our common interest of making an impact on the world with our ideas. Join me this semester as we navigate exploring the field of business as Christian women.

Contact Elizabeth at elizabethmstew@gmail.com for more information.

Learn more →

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Grad Students
Faculty

Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, Apr 24 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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Undergrads

First-Year Seminar

Thu, Apr 25 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

Learn more →

Undergrads
Grad Students
Faculty

Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, May 01 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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Undergrads

First-Year Seminar

Thu, May 02 at 3 p.m.

Wondering how your faith might change as you encounter new questions and ideas in college? You’re not alone. Join our First-Year Seminar to wrestle with your biggest questions about God, existence, and faith in college with other Duke first-year students.

Contact Jeff Bennett at richard.j.bennett@duke.edu for more information.

Learn more →

Undergrads

Women in Business

Thu, May 02 at 1 p.m.

Are you interested in one day embarking on a business venture? We’re starting a reading group geared towards women interested in business. This group will focus on nurturing an entrepreneurial mindset, and discovering how the Christian faith can influence our purpose in entrepreneurship and business. We’ll explore texts by Christian leaders in business, attend events, and foster a community around our common interest of making an impact on the world with our ideas. Join me this semester as we navigate exploring the field of business as Christian women.

Contact Elizabeth at elizabethmstew@gmail.com for more information.

Learn more →

Undergrads
Grad Students
Faculty

Weekly Wednesday Meal

Wed, May 08 at 5:30 p.m.

Come join us for our weekly meal! We'll enjoy fellowship with one another over food prepared by a member of our local community.

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