if you say so, but I do have a degree in Divinity. most of my study, and what I continue to study, is more along the lines of history and literary interpretation. I studied the original biblical languages, Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, along with trying to understand the history and settings as well as the way the redactors worked to put the texts together. The Dead sea Scrolls helped with this.
I couldn't have much time for theology - i.e. speculation of what god might be like or stuff of that sort. That is certainly like air-guitar, though even that has benefits of exercise and acting.
However, studying the way that the theology developed from the time of the time Jesus was around onwards is not only important history of how the world developed but helps in understanding how religion affects people and, maybe, how to de convert them.