Miroslav Volf

Life Worth Living
  • Life Worth Living

  • What kind of life would be truly worth wanting? What kind of world would be truly worth seeking? How should we live?

    We are facing a crisis of meaning. Swept up in the obstacles of the day-to-day, the deeper questions of our fundamental purpose linger just beneath the surface of our personal lives and our collective culture. What we need is to seek the truth.

    In A Life Worth Living, Yale's leading theologians Volf, Croasmun and McAnnally-Linz offer a deep dive beneath the levels of habit, strategy and introspection to the bedrock question of what kind of life is truly worth living. Inspired by the leading Yale course of the same, this perspective-shifting book will guide you through life's biggest questions. Drawing on the world's greatest religious and philosophical traditions, this is your path to understanding the true meaning of life.

Miroslav Volf is Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School and Director of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture. A leading religious public intellectual and author of over a dozen books, his Exclusion and Embrace won the 2002 Grawemeyer Award in Religion and was named one of the 100 most influential religious books of the 20th century by Christianity Today.

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