God meets us where we are and then gently leads us forward in our desire to know more
We must guard against limiting who God is by reducing the Almighty to a simple projection of our own ideas.
It’s all about the seeking. We can have all the academic conversations we like about God, but if we seek God with all of our hearts – with passion and discipline and commitment and faithfulness and urgency and regularity and expectation and (well, so much more) – then and only then will we become better theologians.
The Reformation may have got going with Martin Luther in 1517, but it is sustained by the impetus of “always reforming.”