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Questions tagged [method-in-theology]

The study of how a theology is constructed by combining exegesis, biblical theology, historical theology, systematic theology, and practical theology. It also discusses how reason, philosophy, and science integrate into theology. Use this tag to ask HOW those elements contribute to the making of a particular theology, rather than the contents of the theology itself. Different denominations from different periods will use different methods.

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What are the sources of LDS theology that an LDS theologian need to consult to write a systematic theology?

I came across an essay published in BYU Studies journal 54.1 (2015) "Toward a Mormon Systematic Theology - Essay on Wrestling the Angel by Terryl L. Givens". I was surprisingly pleased by ...
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