Tota Scriptura

“Systematic theology is nothing less than remembering what you read in other passages while you are reading this passage. The kind of thing that gives systematic theology a bad name is remembering what you thought other passages said, privileging them in some sort of special pleading, and making the verse in front of you do little poodle tricks” (Against the Church, pp. 53-54).

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Amen