While visiting the University of Fribourg earlier this month, Dr. Matthew Croasmun delivered a lecture titled Christ and Human Flourishing: An Introduction to the Thinking of Miroslav Volf.
The lecture narrativized the scope and direction of Professor Volf’s past academic accomplishments, particularly in light of his current theological undertaking regarding questions of human flourishing. Dr. Croasmun traced Volf’s thought in three roughly chronological movements: first, the Theology of Work and of Trinity; second, the Theology of Reconciliation; and third, Public Theology. Croasmun then showed how themes running throughout Professor Volf’s career culminate in, and are in some ways re-illuminated by, his latest work on human flourishing.
If you are interested to know more about Dr. Croasmun’s lecture, or would like to read a short introduction to Professor Volf’s body of work, the lecture can now be read at the link below.
Matthew Croasmun, “Christ and Human Flourishing: An Introduction to the Thinking of Miroslav Volf”