Many evangelicals seem to think that systematic theology consists simply of listing the relevant Bible verses for a particular topic or doctrine. But there is much more to it than that as I explain in this video.
I didn’t quite get through my response to the first part of Michael Brown’s rejoinder in my previous article, hence the continuation of part 1 in this article. In my original review, I noted that Brown attempts to argue that gay-affirming Christians errantly allow their experience to shape their reading of the Bible and understanding […]
Gerald O’Collins, S.J. Rethinking Fundamental Theology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), 365 pp. $65.00 (£ 35.00). ISBN 978-0-19-960556-9 In this wide ranging volume O’Collins seeks to lay out a program for relaunching fundamental theology. He certainly is qualified for the task given that this is his fourth book on the topic. Over thirteen chapters O’Collins […]