noun, plural the·ur·gies.
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OTHER WORDS FROM theurgythe·ur·gic, the·ur·gi·cal, adjectivethe·ur·gist, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for theurgy
Theurgy was the second method of counteracting the evil influence of demons.Superstition in Medicine|Hugo Magnus
Philip appears to have been one of the apostolical men most preccupied with theurgy.The Apostles|Ernest Renan
The common characteristic of all the New Platonists is a tendency to mysticism, theosophy, and theurgy.A History of Philosophy in Epitome|Albert Schwegler
Both authors show the same admiration for the Gymnosophists, the same distinction between magic and theurgy.Essays on the Greek Romances|Elizabeth Hazelton Haight
This current was so strong that philosophy itself was swept toward mysticism and the neo-Platonist school became a theurgy.The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism|Franz Cumont
British Dictionary definitions for theurgy
noun plural -gies
- the intervention of a divine or supernatural agency in the affairs of man
- the working of miracles by such intervention