Most games are zero-sum games in which an advantage for one side is a disadvantage for the other side in exact proportion. This is to say that it all adds up to nothing. Do you see theology as a zero-sum game? For there are different schools of theology that appear to be in conflict. If one side makes a point to gain the advantage, does it come as a cost to the other side? This implies a conflict, a winner, and a loser. It doesn’t have to be this way. Both sides may have different perspectives of a greater unified truth. You can learn from those who disagree with you. Theology is not a game, and it doesn’t add up to nothing.
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