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new theology

noun

  1. a movement away from orthodox or fundamentalist theological thought, originating in the late 19th century and aimed at reconciling modern concepts and discoveries in science and philosophy with theology.


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Books teaching the new theology superseded those which taught the old; and thus the earlier writings became obsolete.

Dear Lucy, do you seriously think that the English spirit—the nerve that runs down the backbone—is disturbed by new theology .

Those superfluously labelled and patched-up old-fashioned ones are as hopeless as the New Theology.

Like the new theology and the new science of law, the new monasticism was also rooted in Latin soil.

He did not invent a new theology, but used the old terms to voice His fuller life with God.

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