Miroslav Volf

Miroslav Volf, a Century editor at large, teaches at Yale Divinity School and is the author of Flourishing: Why We Need Religion in a Globalized World (Yale University Press).

We should respect people with whom we disagree. Should we also respect their convictions, even when these comprise an overarching interpretation of life with which we fundamentally disagree?
August 1, 2011

We are right to feel a sense of relief that a major source of evil has been removed. But we should reflect also on the flip side of that relief: the nature of our fears.
May 3, 2011