What is systematic theology trying to do, and why is it important? I ran across a post earlier this week ("Why All Christians Should Care about Systematic Theology") and thought it had some really good stuff to say that helps us understand systematic theology and its importance. Here's an excerpt:
...systematic theology leads to worldview formation as we seek to set the biblical-theological framework of Scripture over against all other worldviews and learn “to think God’s thoughts after him,” even in areas that the Bible does not directly address. In this important way, systematic theology presents a well-thought-out worldview, over against all of its competitors, as it seeks to apply biblical truth to every domain of life.
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