Will there be theology in the church of the future? Or rather, to reword the question into something more wordy and less ambitious: is there a legitimate place for systematic theology in the kind of post Christendom future into which the church in our part of the world appears to be heading? And if the answer is yes, what might be the method and tenor of a theology that is authentically Christian and takes proper account of the cultural context of a post-Christendom church?
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