Not all theologians of the Medieval period are to be praised; nevertheless, common to all was a desire to rightly orient all of life to God in Christ.
To ignore medieval theology is, however, to ignore wisdom. Indeed, how can we hold the Reformers in such high esteem on the one hand, while on the other hand ignore the fact that they relied heavily on their medieval forebears for insight, understanding and truth? The Reformers, along with the church Fathers, are profitable for teaching and training in righteousness, but so too are the works of those called by the Lord to lead the church in Europe after Augustine and before Luther. What, then, are the major contours of medieval theology that deserve attention?
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