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Theological
Thinking for
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Theological Thinking for Everyday Life and Ministry

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"Theological Thinking for Everyday Life and Ministry" adopts the "start where you are" approach to developing theological skills. The newspaper, the Bible, your own life experiences, science, literature, family life, pastoral situations, events at work, educational research projects, and so on. Anything can be the starting point for serious theological reflection. However, this approach to theology is more difficult than it might look because to start at all is to open a can of worms. All of the big themes in theological reflection through the ages come wriggling out demanding attention. Managing the resulting chaos can be confusing, but it is also second to none as a way to learn to think theologically on your feet.

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