One Theology is a blog created to facilitate the sharing of ideas, essays, discussions and art related to the field of theology and philosophy. This site also contains reviews and commentary related to the fields of literature, economics, history, science and politics as they relate to theology and/or philosophy.
How We Accomplish Our Mission:
While the main objective of the site is to facilitate (and not indoctrinate) the exchange of ideas or philosophies, each contributor understands that we offer our thoughts seeking commentary and helpful criticism. You may see one contributor respond to another contributor’s post in the comments section or in an entirely separate post of their own while abstaining from mean-spirited content. This is both welcome and encouraged as part of the fulfillment of our mission to discuss and inform one another as we all seek to understand theology and philosophy more fully.
Who is Involved?
Chad Graham is the site administrator (see below for more information). Each contributor was invited because of their thoughtfulness and experience in a certain field relevant to theology and philosophy. If you are interested in contributing to this blog once or on a regular basis, please remit email correspondence to email@example.com. All inquiries will be reviewed and responded to by the administration of One Theology.
Affiliations & Endorsements
Onetheology.com is not affiliated with any religious organization, denomination or ministry. The ideas and content promoted by each contributor is the expressed opinion of that contributor alone and is not condoned or endorsed by any other contributor on this site. As part of the mission of this site, we are striving to remain free of affiliations and endorsements to promote a spirit of open and honest dialogue. There are theists and non-theist contributors on this site and that is a celebrated fact.
I am currently a senior Theological Studies major at Southwestern Assemblies of God University. I am passionate about theological discourse and exploring historical and contemporary theological ideas or systems. One of my goals in blogging is to discover ways to promote ecumenism, and any means possible to help create unity among believers in Christ. I have been married for five years to my lovely wife Stephanie and we enjoy traveling and eating good pizza.