- the study and commentary on the existence and attributes of God or gods, and of how God or those gods relate to the world and, especially, to human existence and religious thought; more generally, it is the study of religious faith, practice, and experience, or of spirituality.
I’ve been working on this post for over a week, trying to verbalize why I chose the blog name “Equestrian Theology.”
It certainly isn’t because I’m a great equestrian, or a great theologian!
Still, I do my best to live a single life, meaning that I try to be the same person whether I’m at home or at work or at church or at the stable. And I do believe that all the parts of our lives inform all the other parts. What I learn with Angel I do my best to apply to all the areas of my life. And I also believe that it is in my relationship with Angel that I learn the most about myself, what I’m really like, and about how God works and relates to my world and influences my life.
So, I guess that’s the explanation for now!
Tomorrow, back to cattle sorting!