The first-century church had to painfully wrestle through the reality that Jesus came to break down the dividing wall of hostility that was Israel’s Law. It seems that we must come to terms with a Jesus who breaks down the dividing wall of hostility that is Christian Theology.
So writes Dr. Kirk…
Of course, I agree with him… but when you have many others who say that if you don’t believe in (their version of the) Trinity can only be counted as atheists, tribalism still remains the order of the day…
I’m all for theological borders, er… framework… or at the very least orthopraxy…. but there comes a time when fellowship should be extended to even those with whom we share basic disagreements over Christian Theology
- From the Archives: Enda McDonagh on Northern Ireland and Theology (centrefortheologyandpublicissues.wordpress.com)
- A Theology Of Leftovers (mgpcpastor.wordpress.com)
- Rowan Williams on theological education (cruciality.wordpress.com)
- Speaking of End Times, Did Christ Wrongly Predict His Second Coming? (frstephensmuts.wordpress.com)