Christological love

Definitions

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  • adjective theology Of or pertaining to Christology

Etymologies

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Christology +‎ -ical

Examples

  • Folks like to throw around the word "Christological" to indicate they know something.

    The pacifist sermon.

  • Is it some kind of Christological orthodoxy liberal or conservative?

    How Can You Be Christian?

  • Is it some kind of Christological orthodoxy liberal or conservative?

    Archive 2004-07-01

  • Psalms would presumably refer primarily to the OT songs we find in the Psalter, hymns could be said to refer to the kind of Christological material we find in Col. 1 (it certainly refers to something sung to a deity), and spiritual songs would refer to songs prompted by the Holy Spirit, perhaps spontaneously.

    Ben Witherington

  • Certainly we can't ignore the first clause of Ignatius 'passage concerning the bishop, but the extent to which a particular model of the episcopate is so privileged in modern Roman Catholic thought as a gate keeper for universality seems to go against the original usage of the term catholic, which at base is Christological.

    "Protestantism is dangerous. ..."

  • It is an interesting exercise to distill out the Christological focus of his argument and re-insert it after the fact of the Reformation separation, but it still begs the question because it is out of it's context.

    "Protestantism is dangerous. ..."

  • Her books contain infernal hints, Christological echoes, centaurs, phoenixes, house-elves and Moaning Myrtle — a postmodern superfluity of myth and invention into which she dips and dips and keeps on dipping, because it will never be exhausted, and it will never quite add up.

    Sex and the Single Wizard

  • Just as God assumed a body and entered the time and space of this world, so it is appropriate to prayer – at least to communal liturgical prayer – that our speaking to God should be "incarnational," that it should be Christological, turned through the incarnate Word to the Triune God.

    Ignatius Insight Article on Restoring Ad Orientem

  • The first letter of Peter contains specific references to the fundamental Christological events of the Christian faith.

    More from Montecassino

  • Just as God assumed a body and entered the time and space of this world, so it is appropriate to prayer – at least to communal liturgical prayer – that our speaking to God should be "incarnational," that it should be Christological, turned through the incarnate Word to the Triune God.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

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