Vanhoozer: “What’s the Harm if Pastors Are Not Theologians?” (Video)

Over at the Center For Pastor Theologians, there’s a series of fun little videos up with Kevin Vanhoozer. Here he is briefly answering the question, “What’s the harm if pastors are not theologians?” It’s Vintage Vanhoozer and sums up perfectly my own convictions about the overwhelming importance of theologically minded pastoral education and ministry. A pastor who is not a theologian should be a contradiction in terms.

From Center for Pastor Theologians on Vimeo.

Soli Deo Gloria

2 thoughts on “Vanhoozer: “What’s the Harm if Pastors Are Not Theologians?” (Video)

  1. They should also seek to write well.  There should be no hyphen in the words “theologically minded pastoral education.”  The hyphen is called for when there are two adjectives together when not used in a series.  It is not needed when an adverb precedes the adjective since it is clear that an adverb never modifies a noun.  Adverbs only modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Tom Tompkins

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