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On Scheduling Time for the Work of an Ecclesial Theologian

You’ll get no sympathy here, however, if you watch Netflix ten hours a week but complain you have no time to be an ecclesial theologian. At the end of the day, we make time for what is important, and if being an ecclesial theologian is a priority, you will find a way to schedule it.

—Gerald Hiestand & Todd Wilson, The Pastor Theologian: Resurrecting an Ancient Vision (Zondervan, 2015), 114–115.

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