"A theologian concentrates on the rational study of religious history and modern day religious issues. They are the professors of God." This is a working definition of a Theologian that I find fitting. Gone are the days when the pastors were recognized as the theologians (Luther, Calvin, Arminius, Owen, Edwards, Wesley, Spurgeon,. Now they are rarely recognize as theologians. Instead, we treat the seminary professors as the "true" theologians. Should the pastor consider himself a theologian? If so, when should he consider himself a theologian?