What does it mean for a life to go well? What matters most in our time on Earth?
These are the most important questions of our lives and yet most of us have no clue how to answer them.
Miroslav Volf is a theologian and professor who has been grappling with these ideas for decades. He is the founding director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture where he teaches a class called “Life Worth Living,” and recently wrote a book by the same name.
It turns out, life worth living is life helping others.
This is… A Bit of Optimism.
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