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  • noun Plural form of theologist.

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Examples

  • This fascinating article by David Klinghoffer, an eminent orthodox Jewish author, adopts a gleefully cynical perspective towards the trendy movement of progressive theologists who try and peacefully reconcile evolution with theology.

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  • This fascinating article by David Klinghoffer, an eminent orthodox Jewish author, adopts a gleefully cynical perspective towards the trendy movement of progressive theologists who try and peacefully reconcile evolution with theology.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • This was immediately dismissed by theologists, but the writing still remains.

    The Five Most Notorious Traitors | myFiveBest

  • While the speaker list was diverse, the overwhelmingly white crowd expressed paranoid and conspiratorial fears of multiculturalism -- that atheists or black liberation theologists or radical Muslims or "free-loading" Latinos were going to ruin our country.

    Chase Whiteside: Interviews with Participants at Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" Rally (VIDEO)

  • Over 320 historians, 250 ministers, and many diplomats, theologists, scientists, and government officials from around the world personally wrote this encyclopedia's articles.

    Contributor: 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica

  • From Bill Ayers to Jeremiah Wright to other anti-American Afrocentric black liberation theologists, and Barack Obama is smack dab in the middle of it, they have been training young black kids to hate, hate, hate this country.

    Limbaugh: Obama Part Of A 30-Year Plan To Radicalize Black Children | Disinformation

  • Muhammad is, by Muslim theologists, not believed to have received any education, and in young age he started working with the caravans.

    Darwin Strips Reality of Purpose?

  • Having joined the Church of Art, I place myself among its liberation theologists, interested in the essence of its teachings, in the expansion of their practice, rather than the glory of its institutions.

    Spiritual Biography

  • But it's hard to recognize the Church in Brazil as the same one that in the Eighties was home to the great liberation theologists, whose conception of crime entailed less people desperate to escape pregnancy than capitalist systems that by their very nature sinned against the poor.

    Vicky Shorr: The Catholic Church Vs. The Women of Brazil

  • If the discussion cannot even begin without reference to your authorities, then confine the debate to theologists.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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