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Christianity and violence: why “thick” religion promotes peace

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Miroslav Volf from Yale Divinity School is a professor of theology and author of a number of books and articles. His latest work is A Public Faith: How Followers of Christ Should Serve the Common Good. In this interview he discusses the relationship between Christianity and violence and why he believes more religion is the key to reducing violence.

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