Definición de theology en inglés:

theology

Saltos de línea: the|ology
Pronunciación: /θiːˈɒlədʒi
 
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sustantivo (plural theologies)

[mass noun]
  • 1The study of the nature of God and religious belief: a theology degree
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    • And after 11 long years of study, Frank has been awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in theology and religious studies.
    • The former Orangeman was awarded a Masters degree in theology for his studies on secret societies and Christianity.
    • Now you can do science without studying theology, and you can study theology without knowing all that much science.
  • 1.1Religious beliefs and theory when systematically developed: in Christian theology, God comes to be conceived as Father and Son [count noun]: a willingness to tolerate new theologies
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    • There is in Catholic theology a theory of just war, which stresses exactly this point.
    • Many controversies arose as the new religion struggled to develop its core theology.
    • The religion is a blend of Christian theology and indigenous American beliefs.

Derivativos

theologist

sustantivo
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  • All these are questions that scientists and theologists alike are trying to find answers to.
  • British natural theologists, including John Ray and Robert Boyle, united science with religion in an attempt to show that happiness was part of God's plan.
  • So magnificent and so magical is this divine harmony of the Universe that even the greatest scholars, physicists, philosophers, theologists, and astronomers still don't have all the answers.

Origen

late Middle English (originally applying only to Christianity): from French théologie, from Latin theologia, from Greek, from theos 'god' + -logia (see -logy).

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