Theologically speaking, I am a mixed bag. There have been numerous influences, and I am the better for it. Here are some people, in no particular order, who have greatly influenced my theology:
My daughter. In the few short minutes following her birth, I realized more about the love of God for me than in any theology class I had ever taken. (The picture if from a couple years ago...it doesn't seem possible that it goes that fast!)
Dr. David Cubie. Dr. Cubie was one of my theology professors in college, and he challenged me with his theological understanding of John Wesley. He made me more Wesleyan and Christian than Nazarene (when I was with that denomination).
John Wesley. I have been continually challenged by his commitment to solid theology, social concern, ecclesiastical organization, and holiness.
Dallas Willard. Through his writing I have regained a proper understanding of holiness and the pursuit of God.
Richard Foster. His book The Celebration of Discipline while not directly changing my theology did so by pushing me to make the pursuit of God priority over everything else. That, indirectly, changed my theology.
Brian McLaren. His commitment to missional Christianity and ability to question without losing faith challenges me. He asked questions I had harbored.
Steve Sjogren and Doug Roe. These two guys, one through his writing and the other through a personal relationship, have reiterated the power of serving others and the need to love others as part of the Gospel. This is another "indirect" change in my theology. Through the practice of service others, I have been changed.
Who are your influences?