“One of the main tasks of theology is to find words that do not divide but unite, that do not create conflict but unity, that do not hurt but heal.” —Henri J. Nouwen
I created One Theology to discuss ideas related to theology and philosophy with fellow students at Southwestern Assemblies of God University. The site served our purpose for several years and our conversations were honest, authentic engagements in pursuit of truth.
Now that we have all graduated and migrated on to new endeavors, I have taken over the site as my own space for reflection and writing. Most of the issues I will discuss here take a pastoral perspective because I am a licensed minster with the Assemblies of God Fellowship (AG). My perspective on issues discussed here will align closely with the doctrinal statement of the AG.
Theology in the public square:
Another reason for hosting this site is to promote theology that works in the public square. I want to write, alongside other writers, about theological and philosophical ideas that work outside of the four walls of a church. My goal is to offer a Christian perspective on all that I write about, offering reasons and support for my views that are clear to readers with a worldview potentially different from my own.
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