- of, relating to, or involved with theology: a theological student.
- based upon the nature and will of God as revealed to humans.
Origin of theological
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Examples from the Web for theologic
And, besides, there was the question of the theologic controversy.The Brentons
Anna Chapin Ray
I was a theorizer, a dreamer, a theologic apprentice, a year ago.A Singular Life
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
M. Comte then mentions some of the inconsistencies of the theologic school.
Orthodoxy was not a little aghast at its theologic suggestions.
This confirmation of the theologic theory is startling, and sets me meditating upon the moral possibilities of my garden.Summer in a Garden, and Calvin, A Study Of Character
Charles Dudley Warner
- 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
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Word Origin and History for theologic
1520s, from Medieval Latin theologicalis, from Latin theologicus, from theologia (see theology). Earlier was theologic (late 15c.).
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