World Faiths and Globalization

At Fuller’s 2014 Payton Lectures, Miroslav Volf reflected on the major world religions in the context of increasing globalization.

“None of [the world religions] is unconcerned with flourishing in the ordinary life.”

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Miroslav Volf

Miroslav Volf on World Faiths and Their Common Features

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Miroslav Volf and Mark Labberton

Response | Mark Labberton on the Challenges of Interfaith Engagement

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Miroslav Volf on Globalization’s Effect on World Faiths

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Marguerite Shuster, Oscar García-Johnson, Mignon Jacobs, and Miroslav Volf

Response | Marguerite Shuster, Oscar García-Johnson, Mignon Jacobs on World Faiths

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Miroslav Vold and N.T. Wright

Miroslav Volf and N. T. Wright on the Future of the Church

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These lectures were given at Fuller’s School of Theology’s 2014 Payton Lectures, “World Faiths and Globalization: a Christian Perspective.” At the time of these recordings, Miroslav Volf was director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture and Henry B. Wright Professor of Systematic Theology at Yale Divinity School.