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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of theologize.


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  • At its core, these beliefs are a statement of autonomy and upward mobility placed into theologized language.

    Grant Brooke, M.Div.: The Case for the Prosperity Gospel

  • Other extremist rabbis voiced the same sentiment, and, under Brigadier General Avichai Ronzki's command, the IDF's rabbinate theologized military missions and fed messianic dogma to young minds.

    Printing: Religious Fundamentalism in Israel

  • Today, of course, speech is no longer theologized in the same way, since it has become the domain of linguistics; but powerful evidence via Chomsky and others that grammar may be inborn lends support to the notion that the human capacity for language is not shared, even remotely, by any other living form.

    Knotted Tongues

  • Also, in the course of these and later centuries, the Parmenidean universe, with its attribute of completeness, was overtly theologized, mainly Christianized.


  • The words "damned" and "damnation," with all their falsely theologized significance, rang through the little church and made people shudder, though all the time the speaker knew well enough that there were no such words in the New Testament.

    We Two, a novel

  • In adapting the new revelation to the conditions of life on the physical plane, it is intellectualized and theologized.

    The New Avatar and The Destiny of the Soul The Findings of Natural Science Reduced to Practical Studies in Psychology

  • The Druids philosophized and theologized, the Bards harped and sang, and the Ouates divined and CONTEMPLATED THE NATURE OF


  • He is the fellow who theologized Christ almost out of Main RSS Feed

  • One of the many foibles of apartheid was that it had been theologized.

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  • In modern times a pagan would tend to be someone feeling the lack of purity, lack of originality, lack of rootedness, lack of foundation in over-theologized religions whose original message has been overgrown and altered to suit priestly interests, whose leaders 'preachment is motivated often by self-interest and whose' qualifica - tions 'are primarily glandular and (sick) psychological rather than illumination.

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