Miroslav Volf

Miroslav Volf is the Henry B. Wright professor of theology at Yale Divinity School and has taught at Fuller Theological Seminary and at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Osijek, Croatia. He did his doctorate work at the University of Tübingen, his graduate work at Fuller Theological Seminary, and his undergraduate work at Evangelical-Theological Faculty. He has published several books and articles, including Work in the Spirit: Toward a Theology of Work (Oxford University Press, 1991), Exclusion and Embrace: A Theological Exploration of Identity, Otherness, and Reconciliation (Abingdon, 1996), and A Passion for God's Reign: Theology, Christian Learning, and the Christian Self (Eerdmans, 1998).


Volume 56

Guests on Volume 56: Miroslav Volf, on Practicing Theology: Beliefs and Practices in Christian Life; J. Judd Owen, on liberal democracy and the taming of religion; David Jacobson, on citizenship and belonging to a place; Belden Lane, on Landscapes of the Sacred: Geography and Narrative in American Spirituality; Alister McGrath, on the doctrine of Creation and the tasks of culture; Don W. King, on the poetry of C. S. Lewis; Edward Norman, on the logic of secularization; and Peter Augustine Lawler, on the proper meaning of postmodernism and “Bobos” and the end of history.