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Tony & Tripp Want You!

posted by Tony Jones

Tripp Fuller and I are recruiting YOU to ask your biggest question about God via YouTube to some of the top theologians in the world.

See the list of theologians who will attempt to answer your questions.

BAM!



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Ethan

posted February 10, 2009 at 4:21 am


Two things:
1. You are calling yourself one of the greatest living theologians? Because you are listed under “theologians” and have said these are “40 of the greatest”.
2. There are no theologians from Trinity, Covenant, Gordon-Conwell, Westminster, or RTS. Is this because they did not accept an invitation or you didn’t invite them? If the latter, I find it ironic that you want to get a true “conversation” going, but you don’t include all aspects.



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Brian

posted February 10, 2009 at 8:19 pm


There seems to be quite a few process theologians. That’s cool. Process is cool. Most of them are well-versed postmodernity. But it would be interesting to add a few open theists, too. That could make for a rich conversation.
And if you’re going to add folks, it would be interesting to add some informal theologians from local congregations. Just regular folks. I wonder what would happen if formal theologians asked laypeople questions and sought their wisdom. Another layer of richness.



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Ethan

posted February 11, 2009 at 6:49 am


Open theology is rich?



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Brian

posted February 11, 2009 at 10:26 pm

Ethan

posted February 12, 2009 at 3:20 am


Brian,
I know what open theism is. I meant to type “theism” instead of “theology”. But I guess, either way, it is a theology.
Anyway, my question is how you think open theism is rich.



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