We’ve wandered into the theology of the Westminster Divines for about 5 weeks now. Perhaps you’re feeling a bit beleagured by some of the categories they outline, or the complexity of those categories, or the complexity with which they outline those categories.

Perhaps you’re thusly tempted to conclude that theology just ain’t your bag–that it is best reserved for those who always sat on the front row of college seminars in philosophy, those whose names always start with their first initial or who opt to let their first name be composed entirely of initials.  I’d be P. Rader Lafferty if I rolled that way, which I don’t. K?

Well, if you thought theology was just for a certain few, you would be wrong.  Have a listen to a towering figure in Evangelical theology who makes the simple case that “Theology Is for Everyone”.