Theology

Introduction to Liberation Theology

By Chris Howson When was the last time you did an act of solidarity with the poor? What do you do with your time and resources and does it help liberate yourself and others from oppressions such as racism, poverty...

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Introduction Feminist Theology

By Nicola Slee Feminist theology, or more properly, theologies, has emerged in modern times as a challenge to the male bias in religion and society as a whole. Although feminist theology has many significant roots in pre-modern history, it has...

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Introduction to Black Theology

Black Theology can be broadly understood as the self-conscious attempt to enter into rational and disciplined conversation about God and God’s relationship to Black people in the world throughout history. The God that is at the centre of Black Theology...

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God’s People on a Journey: Biblical Interpretations

A friend of mine recently posted a question about biblical interpretation on Facebook: “There are two different types of Christianity, I feel. One starts with scripture and tries to shoehorn all experience of life into a biblical straightjacket (sometimes even ignoring...

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5 Reasons Why Theology is Important for Non-Theology Students

To any non-theology students, the word ‘theology’ might conjure up some intimating images: the intense study of God within the halls of academia, a subject that’s confined to lectures and seminars, where only serious study can do it justice. But...

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You Means You

Rob reflects on the importance of living out our faith in community.

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A Theology of Worship at University

What does it mean to worship as a student, moving away from home and starting a new learning journey? Alex Clare-Young shares his six thoughts about the theology of worship.

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