About freelance theology

Welcome to freelance theology

This website exists for everyone who has questions about the Christian religion, whether they have a personal faith or not. freelance theology seeks to answer those questions in an impartial and balanced way, presenting the different theological points of view, where a divergence of viewpoints exist.

If you have given up trying to get a straight answer out of your church leader or are stuck working out what Jesus would actually do in your situation, then ask freelance theology for an honest and objective summary of what the Bible and two thousand years of Christian theology say.

freelance theology is not affiliated with any other Christian organisations. It has no denominational viewpoint to enforce.

freelance theology cannot offer counselling or personal advice.

The FT mini-blog is a feature directing people to interesting articles and websites. Some of these will be explicitly Christian or religious websites, but many will not. freelance theology is not responsible for the content of any external website linked to from the mini-blog and users click on the links at their own risk.

About Jon the freelance theologian

Jon the freelance theologian graduated from Cardiff University, Wales with a Bachelor of Divinity (2:1 Hons) in 1997. He subsequently worked for a UK-based national Christian charity, and has recently started working in the field of healthcare. He operates freelance theology in his free time.

He is a volunteer youth leader in his church, and also mentors teenagers. He is a director of Cardiff’s foremost fair trade retailer, Fair Do’s, and has served on the board of the British Association of Fair Trade Shops. He also contributes to various magazines on a regular basis.

Jon is married to Cathy and lives in Wales, UK.

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