Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
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Danish Church, London

Sunday 24 September
Folk High School

What’s wrong with this picture? A lecture in English by Cynthia Lumley PhD, Principal of Westfield House, Cambridge, MA in in Theology & Christianity and the Arts.

Prior to 1500, art was almost exclusively religious. During and after the Reformation, many religious images were destroyed physically; but perhaps the more lasting consequence was the ideological undermining of sacred art. Luther played a key role in halting iconoclasm and ultimately spoke positively of religious art in worship, using it extensively himself in his publications. This presentation will focus on the ways in which Luther’s theology challenged certain depictions in sacred art and how art was used by Luther to communicate the Gospel message.
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DR søger danskere, som har bosat sig i provinsen i Storbritannien

DR søger fire danske familier eller dansk-engelske familier, som har slået sig ned i provinsen i Storbritannien, og som har lyst til at medvirke i et tv-program med DR 2s populære rejsekammerater Anne og Anders.

TV-kokken Anne Hjernøe og Tv-journalisten Anders Agger vil næste år - i foråret 2018 - besøge fire forskellige familier i Storbritannien: En familie i England, en i Wales, en i Nordirland og en i Skotland.

Anne og Anders vil lære området at kende; både naturen, gastronomien, specialiteter, lokalhistorie og de mennesker, som lever der.

Bor du i England, Wales, Nordirland eller Skotland og har du lyst til at få besøg af Anne og Anders og medvirke i en tv-udsendelse på DR 2, skal du skrive til journalist Per Dohm på pdo@dr.dk
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