An awkward relationship exists between anthropology and theology. Anthropologists have studied religion through the lenses of anthropological theories such as structural–functionalism, interpretivism, and structuralism. However, many anthropologists are reluctant to theorize using theology and to consider theology’s impact on religion. Many theologians, while familiar with ethnography, have failed to use anthropological theory to deepen their understanding of faith. Anthropologists and theologians need to move beyond treating the "other” discipline with suspicion and use a theologically engaged anthropology to deepen understanding of religion. A theologically engaged anthropology seeks to answer the question, “What can theology contribute to cultural anthropology?” without forgetting the equally important question, “What can anthropology contribute to theology?” Welcome to this web resource to introduce you to Theologically Engaged Anthropology.