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  • noun Plural form of theologian.

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Examples

  • * This is the name theologians conventionally give to the contradiction between an all-powerful and beneficent God who nevertheless creates or allows evil to exist in the world.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • * This is the name theologians conventionally give to the contradiction between an all-powerful and beneficent God who nevertheless creates or allows evil to exist in the world.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • * This is the name theologians conventionally give to the contradiction between an all-powerful and beneficent God who nevertheless creates or allows evil to exist in the world.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • * This is the name theologians conventionally give to the contradiction between an all-powerful and beneficent God who nevertheless creates or allows evil to exist in the world.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • But people with an interest in fundamental truth inquire for themselves into the constitution of the cosmos; if they are convinced one way, they become what we call theologians; if they are convinced the other way, they become what we call free-thinkers.

    The Woman Who Did

  • There are certain theologians who close their eyes to the overwhelming apostolic authority of Saint Paul, claiming that he possessed no such authority in the Christian communities; and such folly commands a wide audience.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • There are certain theologians who close their eyes to the overwhelming apostolic authority of Saint Paul, claiming that he possessed no such authority in the Christian communities; and such folly commands a wide audience.

    Fr. von Balthasar: People "need to recognize the incomparable, the unique character of the Gospel"

  • He often cites the Latin theologians, especially Augustine, Aquinas, and Duns Scotus.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • The AI-guys have wisely included philosophers of science and even theologians from a number of traditions in the quest.

    A Third Choice (ID Hypothesis)

  • Thus, beginning in the 1960s when Latin American theologians turned to the social sciences, including Marxist analysis, to understand the roots of historic, institutionalized poverty and oppression, their critics were powerful and plentiful, including Cardinal Ratzinger, then head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, now Pope Benedict XVI, and U.S. president

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