The Civil Writer Magazine

Cutting-edge technology refers to

technological devices, techniques or achievements that employ the most current and high-level IT developments; in other words,

technology at the frontiers of knowledge. Theology has not developed a frontier of knowledge since the 18th century. The last cutting edge theology development was by Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus and his trinity doctrine a 3 in 1 concept of God father, God son, and God spirit not recorded in any Testaments as foundational. Yet it is taken as cutting edge theology and is the latest and most advanced theological development.

Present day Christianity functions as a wagon wheel era theology that's approximately 2000 years old. The most recent theological addition that is presented as the cutting edge of Christianity came in 1953 developed by L. Ron

Hubbard, is called Scientology a blend of science and spirituality, with belief in an immortal spirit and in improving that spirit here on Earth using Scientology's methods of focusing on the spirit. It is not so much that there should be a belief in it, it is the avant garde, a new and unusual experimental idea of religion.

New theology would take a like-minded approach like the Scientologists dealing with the goodness and power of self yet still going towards God just like a Michelin tire's technology deals with an advancement from a wooden cart wheel yet still rolling the same direction. A concept that's dealing with self and not the mimicking of Jesus which is unobtainable. It's not just to make a change for the sake of being different but a change for the sake of sense-experiences you have of yourself rather than that of Jesus some 2000 year ago from apostolic point of view that do not seamlessly fit into the 21 century ways and means.