Obviously, we're fans of theological triage -- we kind of have a whole podcast about it. But there are common mistakes that people make and we need to be on guard so that we do not fall into these traps. Thank you Chris Regas for this suggestion.
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Here are the six mistakes:
1. Believing theological triage can be done with consistent precision in every circumstance.
2. Not defining primary doctrines.
3. Defining primary doctrines wrongly.
4. Grouping all non-primary doctrines together.
5. Not limiting the non-primary doctrines by the primary doctrines.
6. Relegating eschatology to the lowest possible tier.