I consider myself a social scientist, a philosopher and most importantly, a theologian. When I was studying theology at the Iniversity of Chicago Divinty School back in the early 1980s, I learned you cannot do good theological analysis without doing both social science and philosophy, But not everybody works from the same theoretical framework or the same philosophical framework. so it is best to spell out what your basic assumptions and concepts are.
The purpose of this series is to lay out the basic philosophical framework from which I work. This series is just beginning and O intedn to make fleshing it out a priority.
Articles in this series include: