If you are like me, then you have probably been bitten by the blog bug at one point or another. And most likely, you’ve gotten bored with reading blogs, making comments, etc.
If that’s the case, then thanks for at least stopping by to check out my blog, and as long as you’re here, I thought I would let you know why I decided to start blogging.
For the past seven years, I have been studying Religion, Philosophy, Biblical Studies, Church History, and Theology. During that time, I asked a lot of questions, searched for a lot of answers, made conclusions, and continue searching for others. Unlike some fields of study, most questions in theology do not have definite answers, and some would even argue that answers are undesirable. Regardless of whether or not you agree with that, you would probably agree that often the most beneficial aspect of thinking theologically (and we all do!) is the actual search.
I’ve come to believe that we benefit the most from theology in the process of doing theology, that is, by asking questions, discussing with others, digging into the sources of theology, and drawing conclusions, and then starting all over again.
It is my hope that this blog will serve as a safe location for this process to happen. So, feel free to read and join the discussion.