What are the 'sources' of Christian Theology? We’ve so far concluded that theology concerns the speech of God and our speech about Him, as well as the various experiences that are said to derive from Him. We’ve suggested a variety of reasons why theological study is important. Now we turn to consider how Christian theology is done. What do theologians use to ply their trade? What are the sources of theology?  Of course, theology is free to use any resource that proves helpful. The tools of psychology, sociology, philosophy, media and literary theory have all been used to craft theological conclusions.  However, you’ll often hear theologians refer to the “sources” of theology.  In this section I will briefly explain what these are.
Three young(ish) English theologians. Aaron; Owen, and Nathan.
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