If theology is to accept a construct of religion as being about what is real and important in life, then it must seek an honesty in its own reflections that acknowledges its beginning in the middle of experience. In the middle of experience, theology will be buffeted about by the forces of incorrigibility that act upon it. This is not only its beginning but it is also its task.
                                                   
                                                                    - Charles Winquist   









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