While there may be boring theologians and boring theology classes theology, itself, is never boring. In the sublime words of the great Wesleyan teacher, William Burt Pope:
Hence every branch of this science is sacred. It is a temple which is filled with the presence of God. From its hidden sanctuary, into which no high priest taken from among men can enter, issues a light which leaves no part dark save where it is dark with excess of glory. Therefore all fit students are worshippers [sic] as well as students.—A Compendium of Christian Theology, Volume I
What he said.