From Ben Myer: Peter Leithart lists a series of theological “confessions” – so I thought I’d do the same. These are quite different and I found myself unsure as to whether to share these confessions with you all, but in the Spirit of honesty, here's what I actually think...
I confess: I started my theological journey as a strict Calvinist.
I confess: I never felt like I understood what the gospels were about, until I read Jesus and the Victory of God by N. T. Wright.
I confess: that I sometimes think being an ivory tower theologian (scholar) would be fun.
I confess: I think theologians have missed [lost] the plot if they neglect commentaries and serious biblical exegesis.
I confess: I don’t quite get how some can passionately read and study all about Christianity and God and yet be so disconnected from His presence and mission.
I confess: I despise novels, especially Christian novels.
I confess: Pannenberg is one of my heroes.
I confess: that Paul Tillich, Richard Dawkins and Craig Blomberg annoy me.
I confess: although it’s fashionable to say bad things about Augustine, I think we should wholeheartedly support and embrace this trend!