My Denomination: United Church of Christ
God’s Nature: The Ground of Being/The sum total of Existence and more
Christology: I am taking a Christology class this semester, hope it solidifies, right now I swing between high and low.
Theology of Scripture: Inspired
Soteriology 1: Universalist
Soteriology 2: Monism
Atonement Theology: Each one provides a unique view; that being said I can't get behind the substitutionary atonement theory. Rene Girard is helpful here with his Mimetic theory.
Literal Bodily Resurrection: I interpret metaphorically, but leave room for literal. Like Christology, I still swing but not as much.
View on State of Israel: Israel-Neutral
Missionology: You were saved, and thus called into service
Eschatology: No Millenialist
View on Science: Science = AWESOME
Women can be priest or minister: Yes
Homosexuality can be valid life style: Yes
Level of Certainty: Strong Theist
Openness: Open, but cautious
Degree of Outreach: Evangelical
Present Religious Participation: Often
Stance toward Categorically Rejecting Religion: Sympathetic
Degree of Enchantment Enchanted
Mystical Perceptions: Partially Mystical
Theory of Religion: inherent in human genetic and neurological paths, excellent for building up community and self and locating both community and self in history and connecting to it.
Non-theistic Leanings: there is an awful lot of chaos in the world. not sure how providential my thinking is.
Secular Superstitious or Irrational Habits: can't think of any.
View of Reason: Reason is helpful but humans aren't rational creatures, just rational in hindsight.
Faith Items: Theist!
Past Belief History: Christian: from literal to progressive in a few denominations.
Past Orthopraxy History: I am a fan of the Lectio Divina, the Book of Hours, Labrythn walking, keeping the Sabbath: life long.
Past Sect History: Roman Catholic -> United Methodist -> "Christian Buddhist" -> United Church of Christ.
And he also has one for Philosophy with Philosopher: Declare Thyself!... now if he just adds one for Politics, we'll be set!
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