Monday, May 07, 2007

Stacks of Volf online


I just "discovered" stacks of work by Miroslav Volf on line. Umm:

“Christianity and Violence”
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“God at Work”
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“Memory, Salvation, and Perdition”
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“Soft Difference: Theological Reflections on the Relation Between Church and Culture in 1 Peter”
Read

“A Voice of One’s Own: Public Faith in a Pluralistic World”
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5 comments:

cardboardsword said...

Who's that? (pardon my ignorance)

Moffitt the Prophet said...

Osijek, Croatia - 1956), is an influential Christian theologian and currently the Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale University Divinity School and Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture. He has been a member in both the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Evangelical Church in Croatia. He is widely known for his works on systematic theology, ethics, conflict resolution, and peace-making.

He studied at Evangelical-Theological Faculty, Zagreb (B.A), Fuller Theological Seminary (M.A) in Pasadena, California, and University of Tübingen (Dr. Theol., Dr. Theol. habil.), where he studied under Jürgen Moltmann.

His book Exclusion and Embrace, was selected as among the 100 best religious books of the 20th Century by Christianity Today.

Volf is formerly a professor at Fuller Theological Seminary.

byron said...

And a very nice guy.

Christian said...

I used that last article for a 1 Peter essay I did at college last term. Go the World Wide Web!

Christian said...

2nd last one I mean - on Soft Difference