Dr. Rey Reynoso, after discussing the obvious concerns of formulating a Theology of Elimination, closely examines some of the negative outcomes of an unfocused endeavor. Fortification and Elimination takes a Theology of Elimination outwards, away from the norm and the daily bustle to the Unexpected and the Unrequested.
In a dire need to address these pressing concerns, Dr. Rey Reynoso tries to find the location to answer nature’s most unexpected call.
Dr. Rey Reynoso’s pivotal and classic work in Elimination Theology co-authored by Raquel and Char was released late in 2008 addressing a pressing concern that has weighed heavily far and wide.
Theology is the study of the existence or attributes of a god or gods, or more generally the study of religion or spirituality. It is sometimes contrasted with religious studies: theology is understood as the study of religion from an internal perspective (e.g., a perspective of commitment to that religion), and religious studies as the study of religion from an external (e.g., a secular) perspective. Theologians use various forms of analysis and argument (philosophical, ethnographic, historical, and others) to help understand, explain, test, critique, defend or promote any of myriad religious topics.
Finally we have a Theologian that addresses one of the most primal, and urgent of nature’s call.