of, relating to, or involved with :
a theological student.
based upon the nature and will of God as revealed to humans.
Being a massively successful evangelical star requires as much entrepreneurship as theological depth.
Can Nadia Bolz-Weber Resurrect Liberal Christianity? Jonathan D. Fitzgerald November 23, 2013
Much of the theological dispute might seem like hair-splitting, but the stakes were high.
Plotting Nicea III Could Be Pope Francis’s Masterstroke Candida Moss June 7, 2014
Starting at the age of 5, they are expected to speak in church on simple spiritual and theological topics.
Mitt Romney on Mormon Baptisms of the Dead: ‘I Haven’t Recently’ The Daily Beast February 15, 2012
The mechanism of birth control is less important than the theological commitment to all pregnancies.
Is Forced Religious Belief Coming to an Employer Near You? Jamelle Bouie November 26, 2013
But back to the pastor: His theological insignificance notwithstanding, his threat is a most dangerous development.
The Problem With Burning Qurans Tunku Varadarajan September 6, 2010
Since that time we have read it carefully, and made use of it in giving a course of lectures to a theological class.
The Catholic World, Vol. X, October 1869 Various
At length his kind heart obtained the victory over his theological creed.
The Adventures of the Chevalier De La Salle and His Companions, in Their Explorations of the Prairies, Forests, Lakes, and Rivers, of the New World, and Their Interviews with the Savage Tribes, Two Hundred Years Ago John S. C. Abbott
As a general thing we do not like theological novels written from foregone conclusions.
The Continental Monthly, Vol. 6, No 2, August, 1864 Various
Mr. Bawden is one of the graduates of our theological seminary.
A Tour of the Missions Augustus Hopkins Strong
In spite of sects and theological speculators, as long as Islam lasts, his spirit will continue to preside over its destinies.
Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value Arthur Glyn Leonard
of, relating to, or based on theology
based on God’s revelation to man of his nature, his designs, and his will
(informal) difficult to understand; esoteric
1520s, from Medieval Latin theologicalis, from Latin theologicus, from theologia (see theology). Earlier was theologic (late 15c.).
to theorize or speculate upon subjects. to make ; treat . verb (intransitive) to speculate upon theological subjects, engage in theological study or discussion, or formulate theological arguments (transitive) to render theological or treat from a theological point of view
the field of study and analysis that treats of God and of God’s attributes and relations to the universe; study of divine things or religious truth; divinity. a particular form, system, branch, or course of this study. Contemporary Examples For the progressive left, social activism grounded in faith and theology crested in the 1960s. How […]
of, relating to, or consisting in ; not practical (distinguished from ). existing only in ; hypothetical. given to, forming, or dealing with ; speculative. Contemporary Examples Polls in a number of swing states show Romney doing better than Perry in theoretical match-ups against Obama. Rick Perry’s Swing-Voter Problem Jill Lawrence September 5, 2011 In […]
opposition; contrast: the antithesis of right and wrong. the direct opposite (usually followed by of or to): Her behavior was the very antithesis of cowardly. Rhetoric. the placing of a sentence or one of its parts against another to which it is opposed to form a balanced contrast of ideas, as in “Give me liberty […]