The study of the nature of God and religious belief
Religious beliefs and theory when systematically developed
Augustine assimilated Roman ideals into Christian theology
a willingness to tolerate new theologies
the rational and systematic study of religion and its influences and of the nature of religious truth
a particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings; "Jewish theology"; "Roman Catholic theology"
the learned profession acquired by specialized courses in religion (usually taught at a college or seminary); "he studied theology at Oxford"
(theologize) treat from a theological viewpoint or render theological in character
Theology is the study of a god or, more generally, the study of religious faith, practice, and experience, or of spirituality.
Theology is the eighth full-length album by Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor. It was released in 2007 on Rubyworks (and Koch Records in the USA). The album consists of two discs – the acoustic "Dublin Sessions" and full-band "London Sessions".
(The Theologians) The Theologians is a short story by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges. It was featured in the collection Labyrinths.
(Theologians (song)) A Ghost Is Born is the fifth studio album by Chicago-based experimental rock band Wilco. Released on June 22, 2004, it features singer Jeff Tweedy on lead guitar more than any previous Wilco album. ...
The study of God, or a god, or gods, and the truthfulness of religion in general; An organized method of interpreting spiritual works and beliefs into practical form
(theologist) A theologian; one who is skilled, professes or practices of what relates with God
(Theologian) A person who studies Bible truths using concepts created from its teachings.
(Theological) Having to do with the language or discourse about God. (jag)
(Theological) Society. See faculty societies.
Theology finds its scholars pursuing the understanding of and providing reasoned discourse of religion, spirituality and God or the gods.
The study of God, His nature, attributes, character, abilities, revelation, etc. True theology is found in the Bible which is the self-revelation of God.
The study of religion, culminating in a synthesis or philosophy of religion
Set of beliefs about or study of the nature of God and God’s relationship to humanity and the world. For example, source criticism attempts to discern different theologies for each of the hypothesized “sources” of the Pentateuch.
in UU circles usually refers to critical reflection about our religious practices, stories, and terms. It's "thinking the faith."
Literally the “science of God” - the understanding of a system of religious faith - in Christianity theology is derived from the scriptures, the tradition of the Church, the worship and experience of the Church, the reason of man.
1) A hideous juggernaut to whose wheels cling the blood and bone and the flattened flesh of a million dead emotions. 2) Not what we know about God, but what we know about Nature. 3) Obsolete psychology, or the arbitrary rule of a Theos or god. ...
Theology involves the study of god as drawn from the sources of supernatural revelation. It is very concerned with proving the existence of god and discovering the nature of god. In some ways there are parallels with the attempts to prove the existence of UFO's and describe aliens. ...
Biblical Studies, Missions Studies, Biblical Languages
Although the standard definition of theology as the study of what we understand to be God is certainly valid, for the purpose of investigating theological ethics it might be good to include a short description of the theology as well. ...
A study or system of theistic religion. Theism is the belief in a God (or gods) supernaturally revealed to man, a God that sustains a personal relation to his creatures. Islam, Christianity and Judaism are all theistic religions.[1: religion ]
the development of doctrines in different Churches; heretical movements and spirituality and their exponents; history of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation; discoveries of Nag Hammadi and their significance for Gnosticism.