At Fuller’s 2014 Payton Lectures, Miroslav Volf reflected on the major world religions in the context of increasing globalization.
Mark Labberton considers the complexities that passion, power, and fear bring to interfaith conversations—and questioned how love might also play a part.+ Watch
Miroslav Volf reflects on how world faiths—with their visions of human flourishing—meet systems of power and wealth in the midst of globalization.+ Watch
Marguerite Shuster, Oscar García-Johnson, Mignon Jacobs discussed themes of colonization, human flourishing, and the public arena as they relate to the major world faiths.+ Watch
Miroslav Volf and N. T. Wright spoke about their faith journeys, the Christian life, the state of the church, and more in a conversation with Mark Labberton.+ Watch
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.