theocentrism, theocentricity

the belief that God is the center of all truth in the universe. — theocentric, adj.
See also: God and Gods
References in periodicals archive ?
Thus the theocentricity and anthropocentricity that C.
The heavenly song Gloria in excelsis Deo, heard on the night of the Nativity and chorused down the ages at Mass, provides a twofold criterion: theocentricity - "Glory to God in the highest" - as well as anthropocentricity - "Peace on earth to men of goodwill" - the latter being subordinate to the former.
Embracing both God and man in a context where God comes first, theocentricity resounds throughout the document.
Augustinian unity and Augustinian theocentricity remain unscathed because paradoxically the role of Christ becomes central.