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The Most Interesting Theologians in the World

Stay doctrinal, my friends...

You're familiar with Dos Equis' "Most Interesting Man in the World." It is said that he once "led a flock of endangered cranes across Siberia on a motorized hang glider." "When it is raining, it's because he's thinking of something sad." And, "At museums, he's allowed to touch the art."

But have you heard of The Most Interesting Theologians in the World?

These are men rich in stories and experiences, the embodiments of our doctrinal dreams. They're so strong that forts are named after them. So brilliant that most scholars are unable to assimilate their genius. They have contributed volumes to Christian thought, and even after their deaths, they continue to write libraries vicariously through others.

These are The Most Interesting Theologians in the World.

Stay curious, my friends. And please, read responsibly.

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