(the•ol•o•gy) n. The study of the nature of God and religious truth; rational inquiry into religious questions.


her·me·neu·tics ˌhərməˈn(y)o͞odiks/ noun noun: hermeneutics the branch of knowledge that deals with interpretation, especially of the Bible or literary texts. a method or theory of interpretation. ... in philosophy The term hermeneutics covers both the first order art...

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Theology for Women

Does it really need to be stated what constitutes "theology for women?" As though there is something in Scripture for women that is mutually exclusive from theology for men. Mom blogs have sort of "cornered the market" (so to speak) by saturating the Internet with a...

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The politics of gender roles in the church

I'm once again challenging my own paradigms (I'm officially off the complementarian band wagon, but haven't quite made the egalitarian train), one of which is the paradigm that exists between complimentarians (on the right, or conservative evangelical side of the...

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