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March 28, 2014


Lovely! Thank you! Yes, local theologizing (context-specific reflection on God) is one of our main foci. But so often in the West, we do not recognize that is what we are doing and that it isn't then time-less or universal. Love the quotes!

ALL theology is local. Just look across the United States. From California, to Midwest, to Bible Belt, to the Ivy Leagues, there are lots of theological tenants being debated. Transfer that to an international stage, and, wow, it can become mind-boggling. Thanks for the comment, Jennifer.

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