theologue

theologue

(ˈθɪəˌlɒɡ)
n
1. (Theology) another word for theologian
2. (Theology) US a student of theology
3. (Education) US a student of theology
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Could I care for a lank, poor, ugly theologue -- named Jonas?
The cardinals of Rome, which are theologues, and friars, and Schoolmen, have a phrase of notable contempt and scorn towards civil business: for they call all temporal business of wars, embassages, judicature, and other employments, sbirrerie, which is under-sheriffries; as if they were but matters, for under-sheriffs and catchpoles: though many times those under-sheriffries do more good, than their high speculations.
 Two theologues once, as they wended their way
It is a present passive participle of theologein, meaning to discourse on the gods, talk about God, from theologos theologue.
Comme l'observe avec lucidite le philosophe et theologue Raimon Panikkar: "Sans dialogue, l'etre humain s'asphyxie et les religions s'ankylosent" (27).
2) These young theologues were not starting from ground zero when they arrived at Edwards' doorstep, however.
Eight were traditional theologues raised in our church and ready to serve the frontiers as Ordained Missionaries.
He also notes that there is one very good reason this worked so effectively for Edwards: "These young theologues were not starting from ground zero when they arrived at Edwards' doorstep, however.