Do we really have time for theology when orphans need our help now? Part 2

Jenny and I are so thankful for authors like Dan Cruver who have such great insight into the abiding connection between theology and adoption. We encourage you to read part two of his series here: Do We Really Have Time for Theology When Orphans Need our Help Now? Here’s a sneak peak:

“There is so much that needs to be done for orphans right now, and therefore so little time for in-depth study of theology. Don’t get me wrong: theology is really important, but we just don’t have time for it right now.” From time to time I hear comments similar to this one from good, passionate, well-meaning people.But as I wrote in Part 1, theology is much more than gathering facts about God and arranging them into a system of thought and belief.

Fasten your seatbelts—here we go! It’s going to be a ride.

 

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