Theology can be intimidating. Perhaps questions like these have kept you from engaging with it: “What is theology?” “Who does theology?” “What happens if I get something wrong?”
Theology can be intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. Whether conversations about theology have felt out of reach, over your head, or irrelevant, consider this book an invitation to the dialogue.
The goal of theology is knowing and loving God well. This is a lifelong endeavor, a never-ending pursuit, not for the sake of knowledge, but for an ever-deepening relationship with God Himself. Authors Jen Wilkin and J. T. English invite you to become not merely a consumer of theology, but a contributor to the conversation, and to grow in faithfulness to the Great Commission’s call to make disciples.
You are a theologian.You Are a Theologian
addresses theological questions such as:
- Who is God? The Doctrine of the Trinity
- What is God like? The Attributes of God
- What is the Bible? The Doctrine of Scripture
- Who are we? The Doctrine of Humanity
- What went wrong? The Doctrine of Sin
- What has God done? The Doctrines of Christology, Atonement, and Justification
- To whom do we belong? The Doctrine of the Church
- How does the story end? The Doctrine of Last Things
JEN WILKIN is a Bible teacher from Dallas, Texas. An advocate for Bible literacy, she has organized and led studies for women in home, church, and parachurch contexts. She has authored multiple Bible studies and books, including the bestseller, Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds.
JT ENGLISH, PhD, serves as a pastor, professor, and is the author of Deep Discipleship: How the Local Church Can Make Whole Disciples. JT is passionate about seeing God glorified through discipleship in the context of the local church.
He is also a co-founder of Training the Church, a ministry focused on assisting ministry leaders develop a proven and sustainable discipleship framework for their context. He is also co-host for Knowing Faith, a podcast that explores basic Christian beliefs. He received his ThM in Historical Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and PhD in Systematic Theology from Southern Seminary.