Thinking AND Doing

Early Christians did not have the luxury of sitting in libraries and engaging in incestuous theological debates with others sitting in libraries idly thinking.

Theology and philosophy (think the Stoics) were formed in the hot crucible of living and figuring out things as they went.

Even the Apostle Paul’s letters were written to address problems in the first gatherings of Christ-followers.

Discipleship and theology are not separate disciplines. They cannot be separated.

Our charter is to both think and do.

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