Yale Prof. Miroslav Volf will be visiting from New Haven on Feb. 8-9 to deliver the following three lectures on Christianity and Islam. All three talks center on the theme: “Allah: A Christian Response.”
Friday, February 8, 2013, 7—8:30 p.m.
Do Muslims and Christians Believe in the Same God?
Saturday, February 9, 2013, 9 a.m.—12:00 noon
2 lectures: God’s unity, in Christianity and Islam
God’s love and love of enemy, in Christianity and Islam
Prof. Volf serves as Director of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture and Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale University Divinity School. In addition to Yale’s new Faith and Globalization Course that he co-teaches with former Prime Minister Tony Blair, he leads courses on systematic theology, Luther and Schleiermacher, and contemporary conceptions of God.
A native of Croatia, Prof. Volf has forged a theology of forgiveness and nonviolence in the face of violence experienced in Croatia and Serbia in the 1990s. His research spans topics such as human work, the church, the Trinity, violence, reconciliation, giftgiving, and memory of wrongs. Miroslav has argued in many contexts for Christian faith to be seen not as an additive to help us cope with this or that problem, but as a way of life. Faith, he argues, matters in all spheres of life.
Prices: $50 F/S, Friday $15, Saturday Seminar $40
Location: University Congregational United Church of Christ
4515 16th Ave., N.E. Seattle, WA 98105-4201
Tickets: Available through Brown Paper Tickets