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Ken Mafli

Ken Mafli

is passionate about Theological Anthropology and has been studying the Bible, humanity, and how we relate to God for over 20 years.

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    James M. Littleton

    Excellent thoughts. Yes, theology should be dangerous. It should lead us closer in relationship with Jesus, to permit Jesus to lead us further into the light of the Holy Spirit, which initially seems as darkness and causes us a little necessary medicinal pain because if its immense brightness (like exiting from a dark room into massive sun light), so that we might see ourselves more clearly as He sees us, and to allow Jesus to transform and sanctify us by His saving grace along with a dose of our cooperation. Praise Jesus.

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      Ken Mafli

      Ken Mafli

      Yes, using theology to inform our encounter with Jesus is fulfilling – and scary indeed. Thanks for your thoughts. :-)

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    Jasmine Smart

    This is a great interview! I really appreciate Root’s way of contextualizing theology in a way that makes it really hit the ground. It’s true, too often it’s just a big thought experiment that seemingly does not have any relevance. Root makes things like the atonement and eschatology make sense in the context of youth ministry, and really with ministry of all age groups.

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