- 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
Examples from the Web for theologically
Contemporary Examples of theologically
How should theologically conservative churches treat gay members, and gay leaders?Hopes for Religion in 2014 Include Tolerance, More Women, Less Politics
December 22, 2013
Once upon a time, the GOP was populated by theologically moderate Episcopalians and Presbyterians.Sam’s Club Republicans Vs. the Tea Party
October 29, 2013
Pursuing the issue by force in order to create a fait accompli is theologically reckless and a political recipe for disaster.Think Twice About Jews On The Temple Mount
Edward S. Goldstein
June 27, 2013
Theologically, Chabad emphasizes the fundamental difference between Jewish and non-Jewish souls.Cory Booker’s Rabbis
June 13, 2013
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
July 13, 2012
Historical Examples of theologically
Theologically it is described as a gravitation, a bias toward evil.Natural Law in the Spiritual World
Theologically, he could not have given a better definition of faith.Autobiography of Frank G. Allen, Minister of the Gospel
Frank G. Allen
Forgiveness is, theologically speaking, "a free ticket to Heaven."The Bible Of Bibles;
Theologically, Nannar stood at the head of the second triad of gods.Sumerian Hymns
Frederick Augustus Vanderburgh
He was a master of epigram, and theologically inclined to Calvinism.
- 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
Word Origin and History for theologically
1520s, from Medieval Latin theologicalis, from Latin theologicus, from theologia (see theology). Earlier was theologic (late 15c.).