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Miroslav Volf

Yale University, Founding Director of the Yale Centre for Faith and Culture and Yale Divinity School

Miroslav Volf is the Founding Director of the Yale Centre for Faith and Culture and Yale Divinity School. Professor Volf has taught the Faith and Globalisation course for students from all disciplines at Yale University alongside Tony Blair. Many of Volf's research themes are reflected in this course such as Volf's belief that globalisation and faith traditions are powerful forces shaping the world today and as a result, the world's future depends on how faiths relate to globalization and how they relate to each other.

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Opinion

Understanding Religion and Conflict

Professor Miroslav Volf of Yale University says that perceptions of religion, once identified with politics, inevitably end up being an instrument in conflict, but globalisation and faith traditions and how they relate to each other are powerful forces shaping the world today.

Miroslav Volf

10 Sep 2014

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