Article link: Is My Reformed Theology Sick? The Best Test of Spiritual Integrity (By Marshall Segal, from DesiringGod.com)
“We will not experience real life and hope and happiness without good theology. And yet, because of our wandering hearts, we often love what we have learned about God more than we love God himself. We often know more about himwithout knowing and enjoying him more. A disconnect easily emerges between our head and heart, and if left unchecked, it can grow the more we know and learn.
“Increased knowledge about God — more theology — can fill our faith with greater affection and devotion and wonder. Therefore, theology is priceless. But when pride and greed and fear get a hold of knowledge, that same knowledge can blind and dull and puff us up (1 Corinthians 8:1).