From: Russ Reeves (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 29 1996 - 15:39:06 EDT
There are two theology discussion lists, each with it's own style.
Web page - http://www.whytel.com/users/dgreen/theolist.htm
You can subscribe with the command "subscribe theology" sent to
The general tenor is very conservative, and participants are
assumed to uphold inerrancy. Debates are usually on topics like
dispensationalism, freewill (the current debate), etc. A recent
discussion on "Can God make a rock so big he can't lift it"
drove me off the list for a few weeks. There are few (if any)
professional theologians on the list (whether that's good or bad,
I'll let you be the judge <g>). Someone recently suggested the
relationship between baptism and salvation for a discussion
topic, though they inaccurately stated that the Campbellites
(which, for those who don't know, are the heirs of the
Stone-Campbell movement, out of which grew the churches of
Christ, Disciples of Christ, and Independent Christian
Churches/Churches of Christ. It's generally a term of derision,
but we don't mind too much) teach baptismal regeneration.
Send "subscribe theologos <your name>" to MXserver@alpha.augustana.edu
Generally more academic, with a wider variety of participants
(Orthodox, Anglican, Anabaptist, Evangelical, etc.) and (IMO)
more interesting topics. The Eucharist is the big topic at the
moment, with some excellent comments from a variety of
traditions. Also generally a more irenic forum - I've never seen
anyone accused as being the "spawn of Satan" here <g>. Also, my
general impression is that you'll receive a better response if
you bring in a discussion on greek (I'm sure some on the other
list know greek, but it isn't used much).
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