- theological virtue,
- theological virtues,
Origin of theological
Examples from the Web for theologically
Once upon a time, the GOP was populated by theologically moderate Episcopalians and Presbyterians.
Pursuing the issue by force in order to create a fait accompli is theologically reckless and a political recipe for disaster.
Theologically, Chabad emphasizes the fundamental difference between Jewish and non-Jewish souls.
No one asked the deeper question: why is abstinence the only theologically credible approach to young-adult sexuality?Evangelicals Struggle to Address Premarital Sex and Abortion|David Sessions|July 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The 2010 elections brought to Congress a group of Republicans theologically committed to cutting government.
Jowett is happy to announce that Plato is theologically sound, and gives him a ticket-of-leave to walk anywhere in England.Atlantic Classics, Second Series|Henry C. Merwin
Theologically the Quaker tract is of a different age, not less exacting, but less pictorial.A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel|Stephen Crisp
(b) Theologically, as a stage in the 204 history of Christian doctrine, their value is as great negatively as positively.
Let us assume that it was, although it must for the present be ranked with what is theologically called "unfulfilled prophecy."
Ethically we are required to do no evil that good may come; theologically, to worship a deity who is doing just that all the time.Solomon and Solomonic Literature|Moncure Daniel Conway
1520s, from Medieval Latin theologicalis, from Latin theologicus, from theologia (see theology). Earlier was theologic (late 15c.).