Thinking Theologically: Christian Particularism, Devotional Polytheist Particularism, and The Dynamics of Relationships
Y’all wanted more theology – this is as theological as I can get!
This is a paper that I wrote for my university course in Systematic Theology last semester. I was rereading it and thought it would be a useful contribution to the Thinking Theologically series, considering that this paper was a mix of systematic theology and comparative theology. In summary, I was comparing David Kelsey’s ideas on how humans and God interact with and understand each other (in what he calls a Christian particularism) with my own thoughts about how a devotional polytheist and the Power(s) understand and interact with each other.