Is Theology Practical?: Interview with Ellen T. Charry
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MR: You weren't always a theologian. How did you become interested in this vocation?
EC: It is not exactly that I became interested in becoming a theologian. I started out studying religion. Religion is dangerous business. It generates a lot of problems. Religion has been the source of much violence and hatred throughout history, into ...