Theology Coram Deo
Coram Deo is an association of friends of theology. It is largely student-focused. The Latin phrase, coram deo, means “before God” or “in the presence of God” or “face to face with God.” We understand the work we do together—especially our discussion meetings—to be a kind of prayer, though we want them also to be times of thoughtful and playful work in which we strain to understand the things of God and laugh freely at our inadequacy in doing so. And so, our times together are to be fun, but also faithful to the work God has done, is doing, and will have done in Christ.
2TueOct 2, 6 – 8:15 p.m. @ Classrooms (DUKE) (127) Coram Deo Presents: "Faith Intersections" – Department of Theology and Philosophy
Oct 2, 6 – 8:15 p.m. @ Classrooms (DUKE) (D127) Theology Coram Deo: Faith and Politics – Department of Theology and Philosophy
13TueNov 13, 6 – 8:15 p.m. @ Classrooms (DUKE) (D127) Theology Coram Deo: Faith and the Lure of Intellectual Knowledge – Department of Theology and Philosophy
View a list of past Coram Deo events.