We commonly say that theology comes out our fingertips. Which is as much to say that how you live reflects what you believe; or to put it the other way round, what you believe will affect how you live. But what ought we to do when the glorious doctrinal truths we derive from Scripture are not so gloriously reflected in us? What if how we live lags behind what we believe? Christians have sought to remedy this problem in various ways throughout history, and in so doing have often veered into numerous errors both doctrinally and ethically.