About Reasonable Theology
What is ReasonableTheology.org all about?
This website exists to help believers think through important aspects of their theology and encourage them to be proactive in developing a more complete and accurate understanding of the Christian faith.
By “reasonable” we mean that the theological content on this site is given in an orderly, easy-to-understand way. It’s all about providing sound, Biblical theology in an accessible format.
Unfortunately, many Christians spend very little time in studying doctrine and theology. This is often due to a perception that studying theology is complicated, dull, and presented in a way that is inaccessible for the “average” believer.
In reality, we are all theologians because we all have some understanding of God. What we need is to be diligent in developing a correct understanding of Him, and that’s why ReasonableTheology.org exists.
My goal is to explain theological issues as clearly and reasonably as possible in order to help every believer understand the important truths of the Christian faith.
Who Writes These Articles?
My name is Clayton Kraby and I’m a pastor in Grand Forks, North Dakota. I began this website in 2012 as an extension of my personal ministry, an opportunity to continue to use my marketing background, and provide others with helpful resources.
I began my career in the marketing field and worked in a variety of positions since graduating college. Despite moderate success in online marketing, I felt called to pursue vocational ministry. In August 2014 my family and I moved to Florida so that I could attend seminary at Reformed Theological Seminary. In 2107, I accepted a pastoral role with Grace Baptist Church in Grand Forks, ND. This website serves as an extension of my personal ministry, an opportunity to continue to use my marketing background, and provide others with helpful resources.
I appreciate you checking out the site and finding your way over to this page. Feel free to follow @ClayKraby on Twitter to get to know me a little better.
Miscellaneous Boring Stuff
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Affiliate Links & Ads
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