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Gray's Theology Pages

If you want to learn about Gray's Theology, check out our Welcome page, or check out the blog. There's also a great article on us in the Verona Press.

The blog is where topics for discussion are introduced, and some discussion often continues there. A good summary of the vision for the group can be found on the blog on the introductory post. You can also look at the most recent stuff, which will give you an idea about what we've been talking about lately, or what we're about to talk about.

The blog is both like and unlike Gray's Theology. The organizers post and sometimes expand on his or her opening questions and (occasionally) closing thoughts there. You can get a good idea of some of the range of discussion at the blog. But out of respect for people's privacy, other participants' views don't show up on the blog. So the blog is a little more one sided. People do put up comments, though. Because we don't have time and energy necessary to facilitate a respectful online discussion with the whole internet, you need to visit Gray's in person before you can comment on the blog.

The heart and soul of Gray's Theology is its members. So to get a real feel for who we are, check out our member's page. As always, feel free to contact the organizer with any questions.

One last thing--there's an approval process if you want to join the group--but the only reason that's there is to make sure you're a human being, not a computer. Someone (human? computer? We don't know) tried to spam this meetup group site with all kinds of strange uploaded documents when we allowed people sign up automatically back in the early days. We're not trying to be snobby. Just send us a quick note to introduce yourself and we'll let you in.

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