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guess none.

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No expert, but I've read my bible a time or two, and have an aunt that is real big on theology, so I pick up a lot from her.

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That's a slippery slope. The Bible is the most interpretive book in the world. It has split many a church. So easy to cherry pick and twist things to line up with one's agenda or thoughts. I took both Old Testament, New Testament, and Philosophy in college. Of course since it was at Louisiana College, it had Baptist slant to it.
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That's a slippery slope. The Bible is the most interpretive book in the world. It has split many a church. So easy to cherry pick and twist things to line up with one's agenda or thoughts. I took both Old Testament, New Testament, and Philosophy in college. Of course since it was at Louisiana College, it had Baptist slant to it.
Isn't theology based on the Bible, though? I mean, theology is the study of religion, and religion is rooted in texts like the Bible. I attended a handful of theology/bible study "courses" through my church when I was in college, and have been through other classes as well.

That being said, my knowledge is of catholic theology.

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Isn't theology based on the Bible, though? I mean, theology is the study of religion, and religion is rooted in texts like the Bible. I attended a handful of theology/bible study "courses" through my church when I was in college, and have been through other classes as well.

That being said, my knowledge is of catholic theology.

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Yes, theology is based on the Bible and this day and time there are many versions. One word change or slight difference goes to Thunderheads point of how things are interpreted by different religions and groups. I never had any bible classes in college and have learned what I know from reading the bible and attending sunday school, etc.
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I'll admit, I struggled with all 3 courses in college. I'm no dummy but for some reason, I had a hard time grasping what was being "taught." I think the biggest problem was the fact that the courses were taught by preachers and not "teachers." I think they assumed everyone there was a front row Baptist and already knew certain things. I'm a back row Catholic but I am there every Sunday, even during hunting season. I may catch a late Sunday evening mass, but I'm there. If I were teaching courses on the Bible, I would teach it like a History course. Present "facts" and don't assume nothing.
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I believe that's the problem. How do you teach about a burning talking bush, a man in a whales belly, and a sea parting as facts? On top of that you have King James having it rewritten to control his masses.
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