Graham Cheesman – Decaffeinated theological education

My friend Dr. Martyin Accad, from ABTS in Beirut recommended this blog post.

Cheesman defines ‘decaffeinated theological education’ as ‘theological education with the key ingredient, the life taken out. And the key ingredient? Love to God.’

He describes three kinds of such theological education:

1. EUT – enlightenment university theology, dis-interested, uncommitted theology – an investigation or study of the phenomenon called Christianity and a set of classical texts called scripture, all of which can be done without faith commitment. Continue reading “Graham Cheesman – Decaffeinated theological education”