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Platforms of the Everyday Theologian

Christians have the opportunity and responsibility to be theologians in each sphere of life. Unbeknownst to many, theology shapes (and should shape) how we engage those around us.

Moreover, theology informs our perspective on the ordinary, day in, day out tasks of life. In recent weeks, several articles have been written on platforms of the everyday theologian: the daddy-theologian, husband-theologian, wife-theologian, mommy-theologian, and church member-theologian. Though some of us may not know hold such titles as dad or wife, the contents of each article are applicable to a wide variety of settings.

In each article below, the author seeks to provide biblical testimony on not only why one should seek to be a theologian in their respective areas of life but also how. 

https://credomag.wpengine.com/2019/04/the-task-and-tools-of-the-daddy-theologian/

https://credomag.wpengine.com/2019/04/matrimony-and-the-mind-the-need-for-husband-theologians/

https://credomag.wpengine.com/2019/03/the-spirit-of-the-age-why-wives-must-be-theologians/

https://credomag.wpengine.com/2019/03/the-churchs-duty-requires-it-why-church-members-must-be-theologians/

 

https://credomag.wpengine.com/2019/03/the-apologetic-of-being-mom-why-mothers-must-be-theologians/

On the Credo blog you will find a host of biblical, theological, and practical resources posted each weekday.

Brandon Freeman

Brandon Freeman is a pastor at Liberty Baptist Church and a Master of Divinity student at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In 2015, he graduated from Ouachita Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies. He serves as the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Administration at Midwestern Seminary and an editor at Credo Magazine. 

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