I have been following with some interest news accounts of Boston frontman Brad Delp's death this past Friday 9 March and read a wonderful tribute by bandmate and Boston founder Tom Scholz.
The thing that really interested me about Tom's tribute was how he came to appreciate the significant differences between himself and Brad and how together they helped to make Boston a musical success. I think because I've just begun a somewhat intense and personal theological conversation with a friend, I thought of differences in the church when I read Tom's note. Such differences in Christ's body should not always resolve to both/and, but sometimes they should. And, either way, mutual humility and open minds can result in the triumph of truth.
- Theological Disagreement and the Emerging Church
- The Grace of Not Absolutizing Others
- Toward a Praxis of Theological Disagreement, Part 1
- Toward a Praxis of Theological Disagreement, Part 2
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