Consolidating reflection

Draft a response to the value of philosophy for theological discourse. Choose one of your favorite theologians to evaluate his/her work as supporting evidence

Philosophy and theological methodology 89 to your response. You may wish to examine and explain succinctly what philosophical trajectory has influenced the theologian in the way he or she has developed his construction.

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