Of course, my title isn't entirely accurate. I want to learn theology from the word of God, and from orthodox fathers who have listened to that word without preconceived notions about what the word "should" be saying.
What I like is to do reading that I call "cross-pollenization." So I read lots of stuff by people who aren't orthodox, maybe aren't Christians, in areas I find interesting.
(I don't read much in the way of religious stuff by non-orthodox writers. It's too dangerous. I am serious).
What I look for are people who will cause me to see my blinders, people who will make me think, people who will cause me to look around in the orthodox theology I cherish.
Here's a blog from one such. I've spent a while this morning reading his posts, and he's fascinating and good. I recommend it: