Sometimes, given the way the sermons are nowadays, I wonder whether theology is basically applied psychology as well, just like sociology. After all, the church can also be considered as a social unit with its own uniqueness and idiosyncrasies.
Nevertheless, it is not that bad to be at the bottom of the food chain. If theology used to be the queen of science (we lost that title, for better or for worse, centuries ago), why can’t we look at it as the servant of all sciences?
(Many theologies are definitely anthropology in disguise.)