theological

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  • Like her husband, her theological views evolved over the course of her life.
  • Adler took a long time to make up his mind about theological issues.
  • The practice could also have a theological and moral importance as well.
  • It issues opinions on various issues related to church life and theological matters.
  • Nor does it address many other theological questions that became objects of dispute centuries later.
  • He nevertheless remained and managed to complete his theological studies.
  • No more was published, perhaps because of the theological clamour raised against this first part.
  • Therefore his concept of natural law had a theological foundation.
  • Dogma is distinguished from theological opinion regarding those things considered less well-known.
  • At the same time, the revolution also challenged the theological basis of royal authority.
  • The first was not very original in its concept, nor one called to meet a pressing theological question.
  • From all parts of Europe, theological and political questions were sent to it for solution.
  • He was shortly afterwards appointed to a theological chair at King's College London.
  • It was a result of a series of political moves rather than a theological controversy.
  • No formal theological training is required for any position.
  • Here he spent nearly the whole of his life teaching and writing, and took no part in the theological movements of his time.
  • He was not only on the stage but also behind the scenes of every important controversy, whether theological or academic.
  • Areas of graduate study include education, human services, business administration, organizational leadership and theological studies.
  • Having lost the position over his theological views, he spent the rest of his life as a lecturer and writer.
  • It was increasingly recognized as a formal division of theological study during the 20th century.
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Meaning of theological

  • adjective Of or relating to or concerning theology
    theological seminar