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92nd Street Y Live: World Religions: Spotlight On Judaism
Nov 9 7:30 PM at Carolina Theatre Cinema in Durham


Spanky Brown Clayton
Spanky Brown
Nov 7 10:00 PM at Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club in Clayton

Spanky has toured the world sharing his unique perspective and opinions on everything from his life, politics and religion, race relations and relationships. Versatility and style best describe this veteran performer who provides comedic insights that transce...


Spanky Brown Clayton
Spanky Brown
Nov 7 8:00 PM at Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club in Clayton

Spanky has toured the world sharing his unique perspective and opinions on everything from his life, politics and religion, race relations and relationships. Versatility and style best describe this veteran performer who provides comedic insights that transce...


Spanky Brown Clayton
Spanky Brown
Nov 8 7:00 PM at Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club in Clayton

Spanky has toured the world sharing his unique perspective and opinions on everything from his life, politics and religion, race relations and relationships. Versatility and style best describe this veteran performer who provides comedic insights that transce...



Spanky Brown Clayton
Spanky Brown
Nov 8 9:00 PM at Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club in Clayton

Spanky has toured the world sharing his unique perspective and opinions on everything from his life, politics and religion, race relations and relationships. Versatility and style best describe this veteran performer who provides comedic insights that transce...


World Religions: Spotlight on Judaism Durham
World Religions: Spotlight on Judaism
Nov 9 7:30 PM at The Carolina Theatre in Durham

 Can religion be defined?Join our award-winning scholars Jack Miles & Susannah Heschel with David Biale, as they tell a new story: traveling from prehistory to the present day illuminating how world religions came to be acknowledged and studied, with a focus...


HURDLES - Evaluating Christianity's Most Pressing Emotional and Intellectual Problems Durham
HURDLES - Evaluating Christianity's Most Pressing Emotional and Intellectual Problems
Nov 7 6:00 PM at The Church Of The Good Shepherd in Durham

HURDLES ConferenceHosted by RUF @ DUKE and UNCFriday Nov 7 - Saturday Nov 8Come join us and bring your friends to HURDLES on Nov. 7 and 8. Our speaker will be RUF Campus Minister and apologetics guru - Rev. Mike Wenzler. He has has Ph.D. in answering college...


NCSU SSA Guest Speaker: Marshall Brain, “How can we know if God is imaginary?” Raleigh
NCSU SSA Guest Speaker: Marshall Brain, “How can we know if God is imaginary?”
Nov 4 7:00 PM at NCSU, Riddick Hall in Raleigh

75% of Americans claim to be Christian, and in North Carolina the number goes even higher. More than half of American adults believe that Bible stories like the Garden of Eden and Noah's Ark are literally true. Meanwhile, a growing group in the U.S. state...



I-Wayne - Black Am I Raleigh
I-Wayne - Black Am I
Nov 18 9:00 PM at The Pour House Music Hall in Raleigh

I-WayneWebsiteFacebookTwitterWatchListenLinksRoots and culture artists have long been a constant in Jamaica, from the influence of legends like Bob Marley to conscious dancehall singers like Garnet Silk. However, in the summer of 2004 a new and powerfully di...


Trampled By Turtles (at Meymandi Concert Hall) Raleigh
Trampled By Turtles (at Meymandi Concert Hall)
Dec 11 7:00 PM at Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh

Doors 7pm / Show 8pm This show is at Meymandi Concert Hall On Wild Animals, Trampled by Turtles’ seventh studio album, themes of impermanence run deep, both lyrically and sonically. The quintet’s hybrid folk sound continues its evolution pushing the band f...


The Role of Religion in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: How Does Interfaith Dialogue Promote Peace
Nov 18 5:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

In this conversation, Abdullah Antepli, Duke¿s Chief Representative for Muslim Affairs and Associate Director of the Duke Islamic Studies Center will respond to Yakir Englander, on the role of religion and interfaith dialogue in the Israeli-Palestinian conf...


A Conversation with Charles Taylor
Nov 18 12:30 PM at Duke University in Durham

On Tuesday, November 18th, KIE Senior Fellow Luke Bretherton (Divinity) will hold a public interview with the philosopher Charles Taylor. Taylor is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at McGill University, and his long academic career includes winning the Kyoto...



Reasonable Accommodations & Minority Religious Rights in Canada & the U.S.
Nov 20 8:30 AM at John Hope Franklin Center in Durham

This colloquium will begin with an historical perspective on religious tolerance during the colonial period of the two nations and trace the evolution and institutionalization of religious freedoms in the 18th and 19th centuries. After establishing the consti...


The One Who Builds
Feb 5 7:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Televisions around America light up every night with the news of people displaced by war, famine and political unrest. The struggles of refugees are often seen as a distant problem, a world away from the living rooms of America and only a click away from som...


Sherry Cothran Concert Benefiting UMD, 2/20
Feb 20 7:00 PM at St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Durham

Strings Attached Productions presents singer/songwriter Sherry Cothran in an unforgettable evening of "Love Songs and Other Stories from the Untamed Women of the Old Testament." Once upon a time, in a century now past, Sherry Cothran was a rock star. In the l...


Tuesday Tea with Allison Matthews
Feb 17 3:30 PM at Duke University in Durham

For our first Tuesday Tea in the spring semester we are honored to present Allison Matthews a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology and Humphreys Fellow with the Graduate School at UNC-Chapel Hill.Allison's dissertation research focuses on th...



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