What do we mean when we talk about the different 'types' of Christian theology? Remember: the study of theology is concerned with speech about God, with the speech of God, and with the experiences that are said to derive from Him. We now understand the sources of theological reasoning as well as the value of this kind of study. In this section, we turn to examine the various ‘types’ of Christian theology.  This section will be a little more complicated than the others, but we should persevere. We are well on our way to understanding the breadth of theological study! When we speak of the various types of Christian theology we refer to its disciplines and traditions. However, before we begin to explore these disciplines and traditions, it may be helpful to suggest an analogy. Let’s propose that Christian theology acts as the ‘grammar’ of faith.  Just like the rules of grammar help us to structure language, theological study informs the order and cogency of belief. To continue this linguistic analogy, the disciplines and traditions of Christian theology may be understood in terms of ‘punctuation’ and ‘accent’, respectively. In what follows we’re going to explore this analogy more deeply.
Three young(ish) English theologians. Aaron; Owen, and Nathan.
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