There are several definitions of theology. I understand theology to be the study of God, literally. But more than not we are speaking of systematic theology. Systematic theology is a discipline that addresses topics individually and in summary (it utilizes the bible as a whole to develop its doctrines). As such, I believe that theology itself is limited. It is limited to what is being revealed in Scripture. It is limited to our interpretations. It is limited to human reasoning and the capabilities of our finite minds. Another definition holds that theology is revealed by God by special revelation and also by illumination. If this theology is the theology revealed by God then it is objective (it is not swayed by man’s limitation). Awhile back the argument was made that God gave to the Church specific teachers (here speaking of Reformed theologians). Their teachings were given by God for the Church and are therefore absolute. What do you think? Does God reveal through special revelation theology as objective truth? Is there a theological system today that is not subject to the failings of man?