- a person versed in theology, especially Christian theology; divine.
Origin of theologian
Examples from the Web for theologian
Sister Agnes Mueller, 62, was a theologian and a nurse—both practical skills in the field.Caught: Female Assassin Who Allegedly Murdered Five American Nuns
Barbie Latza Nadeau
September 22, 2014
The second-century Christian theologian Tertullian once said “It is certain because it is impossible.”Bad Faith on Two States
June 4, 2012
Perez Guadalupe, a criminologist, sociologist, and theologian, has brought a disciplined hand to Castro Castro.Inside Joran Van Der Sloot’s Prison in Peru
December 20, 2011
His father, the brilliant Presbyterian theologian Francis Schaeffer, was the intellectual father of the movement.The Christian-Right Whistleblower
June 24, 2011
I am then about to examine this question as a historian, philosopher, and theologian.The Phantom World
Well, Hedvig, your theologian meant to say that a god was not capable of this.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
What are the discoveries of geology and biology to a theologian?The Book of the Damned
No, would the theologian say, your false philosophy ends in nothing.
They regarded the theosophist as far superior in every respect to the theologian.Mystics and Saints of Islam
- a person versed in or engaged in the study of theology, esp Christian theology
Word Origin and History for theologian
late 15c., from Old French theologien (14c.); see theology. A petty or paltry theologist is a theologaster (1620s), coined in Medieval Latin by Martin Luther (1518).