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  1. What is “weak theology?” You recommend “practicing a weak theology grounded in the revelation of God and humanity in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ” at the end here. I assume it’s explained elsewhere in the book, but put this way it sounds contradictory. Do you mean “practicing what you preach” in subtle but formative ways that are not focused on preaching doctrines as propositions, arguments, and proof-texts? What would this look like in practice, especially in churches that define themselves by doctrines that they revise on a regular basis?

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