If you ask your church secretary if theology is for her, she might answer, “No. That’s the pastor’s responsibility.” And she wouldn’t be alone in her thinking. But theology is for everyone. Michael Dellaperute investigates how average Christians and their pastors can change their attitude and approach to theology, while Thomas Overmiller invites readers to evaluate their theology for imbalance. The late Dr. Myron Houghton lived, breathed, taught, and wrote about theology. Kevin Mungons remembers him in “The Unfinished Task of Myron Houghton.” Additionally, Brad Brandt shares a testimony about the value of training in Biblical counseling, Mike Hess warns against the DNA of Diotrephes, and Daryl A. Neipp encourages introverts in ministry.

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