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- n. A student of theology
- n. A theologian
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A theologian.
- n. A student in a theological seminary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A theologian.
- n. A theological student.
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“Very extraordinary!” returned the theologue; “a Scythian family praying to God without having been instructed by us!”
In the reign of Arcadius, Logomachos, a theologue of
He soon entered into conversation with the Scythian Dondindac; for the theologue knew a little Scythian, and the other a little Greek.
There is no comparison between us; Copleston is no theologue; I am.
Courtland's preaching was not of the usual cut-and-dried order of the young theologue.
He was only an Academy boy yesterday, or a theologue; unknown, unnoticed, saying his lesson in Xenophon, taking his notes on the Nicene Creed; blamed a little, possibly, by his teacher or by his professor, for inattention.
This is why the average theologue, in his first parish, is like the well-meaning but meddling engineer endeavoring with clumsy tools and insensitive fingers to adjust the delicate and complicated mechanism of a Genevan watch.
And in it he asks them to 'Consider' -- his countrymen have scarcely as yet considered it sufficiently -- 'Consider, brethren, it is no speculative theologue which desireth to give you courage, but even your brother in affliction, which partly hath experience what Satan's wrath may do against the chosen of
The average theologue is deep-read in Hebrew Scripture, but ignorant of the A B C of the tongue in which is written the Bible of man's soul.
"Go back and read your verse!" thundered the young theologue.
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