The gentlemen discuss a book in which the argument is made that everyone should be aware of and cultivate their own theology; theology being defined here as a set of non-empirical beliefs. This is an argument to give to your non-religious friends. Thinking Fellows: Caleb, Scott, and Adam discuss the idea that everybody has a theology and that it is essential to understand the why and what of your theology. They look at examples of secular religion and the importance of existential storytelling. They also explore the difference between good and bad theologies.