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theocentric Syllabification: the·o·cen·tric
Pronunciation: /ˌTHēōˈsentrik/

Definition of theocentric in English:

adjective

Having God as a central focus: a theocentric civilization
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  • Calvin's theocentric focus led him also to view the love of self as ‘a mortal plague that Christians must rip out.’
  • Religion is anthropocentric; theology is theocentric.
  • A theology focused anthropologically on ethical issues remains anthropocentric, not theocentric or Christocentric.

Words that rhyme with theocentric

androcentric, centric, concentric, eccentric, egocentric, ethnocentric, Eurocentric, geocentric, phallocentric

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