A short thought:
Theology should be ultimately anthropological in structure, with the reflection on God’s nature and activity vis-a-vis human life and activity. The Incarnation allows for such theology to become readily accessible when one reflects deeply and follows the words and example of Jesus Christ. Unfortunately, in history, theology became more focused on ontology, both explicit and veiled, which made the content of theology to be about ideas to which we have no real sensory access to but made the meta-cognitive processes of reasoning its master. I contend that a theological anthropology is much more consistent with what the New Testament makes known about the relationship of God to His people. Hence, any attempts at theology that is rooted in the Scriptures will have more in common with psychology, anthropology, sociology, and even biology and physiology. and will seek to understand those branches of knowledge through the lens of the self-sacrificial, transformative love of Jesus Christ rather than metaphysics, logic, etc.