I hate to make a shameless plug here, but for those of you who don’t know, I (Joshua) also run a personal blog called Everyday Revolutionary. This week I’ve posted a series on Howard Stone and James Duke’s book How to Think Theologically. Check it out, if you get the chance:
- How to Think Theologically (Part 1): Introduction/Faith Seeking Understanding
- How to Think Theologically (Part 2): The Role of Creative Thinking and the Gospel
- How to Think Theologically (Part 3): The Human Condition and Christian Vocation
- How to Think Theologically (Part 4—Final): Theological Reflection in Community and Spiritual Formation
It is an excellent book, and wonderfully concise (around 130 pp.). I’ve always said that I’m more of a Bible guy than a theology guy, but Stone and Duke’s book is a great way to begin reflecting on how to bring those two spheres together.