Introduction In an earlier essay entitled: what is Christian theology, and why does it matter,my arguments leaned heavily against too much theology in favour of simple Christian piety. The term too much theology was coined by Daniel L. Migliore, describing it asabstract and unfruitful. He argued further, that it is “theology that gets lost in … Continue reading What is the value of Christian theology taught at University?
In Lev. 6:13, Aaron and his company of priests were given a mandate to keep the fire on the alter of the tabernacle burning perpetually. I believe these texts provides us with opportunities for exploring themes around fellowship, within the context of the local church today. To this end, tomorrow’s lecture aims to treat the … Continue reading This Sunday’s lecture | Church reloaded: perpetual fire!
Last Sunday we looked at aspects of Jesus’ life through Gramsci’s concept of the Organic Intellectual. Tomorrow we build upon that foundation, bringing it home, and reflecting on our lives as believers in the 21st century. In 1944, while Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s was in prison by the Nazi regime, he wrote a letter a friend. In … Continue reading This Sunday’s lecture | The parable of the talents: a lesson in praxis