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The twin forces of globalization and religion have induced much fear and trembling these days, but Miroslav Volf, the Founder and Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, and the Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School, sees religious conviction as a possible antidote to the worst strains of globalization and a positive resource for  our social lives together. Westmont professors, Sameer Yadav and Edward Song, interview Volf about his recent trilogy of books, Public Faith, Flourishing, and Public Faith in Action, and discuss the resources that religion brings to bear on the contemporary political and economic landscape.


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