Elmhurst University to host Miroslav Volf for its 2022 Niebuhr Lecture

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Updated 4/14/2022 4:48 PM

Elmhurst University will host Miroslav Volf of Yale University Divinity School for the school's 2022 Niebuhr Lecture.

Volf's lecture, "The World as God's Home: Religion and Politics in the Visions of John of Patmos," is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at Irion Hall, Buik Recital Hall, 190 Prospect Ave.


The Niebuhr Lecture is Elmhurst University's oldest lecture and features theologians and religious scholars. Volf is the author of the award-winning 1996 book "Exclusion and Embrace."

Admission is free, but reservations are encouraged. Visit elmhurst.edu/cultural for more information.

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