Book Review: The Theology of Discipleship by Keith Johnson

Blessed Are The Forgiven

The term theology is often shunned and disregarded by the modern church today. Personally, I’ve dealt with that in conversations where people say “oh, that’s theology” in an unpleasant tone. This disdain is reflective of how theology is viewed today. Yet at the same time, a disregard for sound theology Theology as Discipleship by [Johnson, Keith L.]invites false theology, even if the term theology is not used. That being said, Keith Johnson seeks to reconcile theology as a form of discipleship in the church today.

Johnson begins with provided a history of theology as a church discipline followed by its dichotomy into academia. Theology was actually practiced in the early church as a means of understanding God and His Word better. However, that changed as it grew in university alongside other academic disciplines such as science. As beneficial as theology was in academia, it ultimately departed from using Scripture as its primary framework. Everything had to be…

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"Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered". -Psalm 32:1

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