Director of Life Worth Living Program, Yale Center for Faith and Culture
Matt Croasmun is Associate Research Scholar, Lecturer of Humanities, and Director of the Life Worth Living Program at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture. Through its undergraduate courses, student fellowship, and campus events, the Life Worth Living program equips students for the lifelong process of discerning, articulating, and pursuing the good life through engaging the world’s great philosophical and religious traditions. Beyond Yale, through the Pedagogy of the Good Life teaching workshop and other activities, Matt is working to build a network of teachers committed to helping students marry their most pressing existential questions with the very best of their intellectual energies. He is author of The Emergence of Sin: The Cosmic Tyrant in Romans (Oxford UP 2017) and For the Life of the World: Theology That Makes a Difference (Brazos 2019, with Miroslav Volf).