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dox·ol·o·gy

 (dŏk-sŏl′ə-jē)
n. pl. dox·ol·o·gies
An expression of praise to God, especially a short hymn sung as part of a Christian worship service.

[Medieval Latin doxologia, from Greek doxologiā, praise : doxa, glory, honor (from dokein, to seem; see dek- in Indo-European roots) + logos, saying; see -logy.]

dox′o·log′i·cal (dŏk′sə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
dox′o·log′i·cal·ly adv.
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Doxological opening and concluding phrases show fixed phrases: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] M107:1; [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] M102:1; [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] M101:1; [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] M156:1, and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 101:7.
Knitter also regards exclusive statements about Jesus in the New Testament, such as calling him the "one Mediator between God and humanity," as doxological -- the language of devotion and love, not strict logic.
ably rendered into English by Mevlut Ceylan, contains very few lines that demonstrate Bayazit's religious views, nothing remotely doxological, no literary traditionalism, no conventional stanzaic forms.
Mannion's words, "If the Church's liturgy must live more fully from the richness of Catholic history and tradition, it must also renew its eschatological vision, its doxological amplitude, and on the basis of these promote a new flowering of liturgical artistry.
The essay on Roethke describes his "sacramental vision" of things: "Indeed, there is rarely to be found in the literature of our period a body of poetry so predominantly psalmic and doxological as Roethke's: almost everywhere, it seems, the poet's voice is lifted up in jubilant alleluias .
He ends with a doxological chapter about life as perpetual feast which celebrates that the relationship with the living God is and will be the destiny and destination of all life.
Diettrich explores Christian doxological participation in the life of the Triune God.
s doxological language; iconography; and his experience of marriage and rearing children, especially regarding marital relationships beyond the categories of procreation and remedy for concupiscence.
But through it all, he heeded the doxological words of the apostle Peter, spending a lifetime growing in service to Christ, never standing still in his theological and mission development.
Reviews reveal readers who find the writing uplifting but too full of a doxological spirit; others question some of the book's factual integrity.
Notions of integration, epistemology, and a doxological orientation for all of life must be central discussions in Christian higher education.
Puritan and rationalist influences notwithstanding, the Scottish assessors at Westminster were happy to take the document home, where it soon eclipsed the less exhaustive and more doxological Scots Confession.