Miroslav Volf was grew up in Communist Yugoslavia the son of a Christian pastor. He is Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School and the Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture.
He joined me for an extended conversation about his new book, Allah: A Christian Response in which he makes several (seemingly) controversial assertions:
- • What the Qur’an denies about God as the Holy Trinity has been denied by every great teacher of the church in the past and ought to be denied by Christians today.
- • A person can be both a practicing Muslim and 100 percent Christian without denying core convictions of belief and practice.
- • How two faiths, worshipping the same God, can work toward the common good under a single government.
The audio of my interview with Dr. Volf is linked here: