Where do we draw the line between Theology and Philosophy?

India
August 2, 2010 4:05am CST
Theology and Philosophy are like sisters. They have close interaction so much so that sometimes the boundary between them is so thin. Anyone has any idea where to draw the boundary?
2 responses
@urbandekay (18312)
4 Aug 10
Good question, Theology with out Philosophy is dogmatic, Philosophy without Theology empty. Perhaps the line is drawn here, that Theology is a path to God, Philosophy a path that wanders where it will all the best urban
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• India
4 Aug 10
Not a bad response. "Theology with out Philosophy is dogmatic, Philosophy without Theology empty." is very very true. I am giving your post BR because it deserves it. Good day!
@urbandekay (18312)
4 Aug 10
Thanks all the best urban
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@Boyetski (989)
• Philippines
3 Aug 10
Hmm I believe theology can be under philosophy. theology if I am not mistaken is the study of GOD and about faith. While philosophy is the study of general myths, beliefs and it has rational explanations I think...
• India
3 Aug 10
In Medieval Period they study Philosophy under Theology, and so Theology was known as the Queen of Science. In Philosophy God is not identified unlike Philosophy where God is talked in more general sense. The question of faith is about epistemology. I believe whether it's in Philosophy or Theology faith is an essential element. In fact even in scientific enquiry faith is employed. Good day!