theol.

Related to theol.: theology, thiol, Terpenes, Phenols

theol.

abbreviation for
1. (Theology) theologian
2. (Theology) theological
3. (Theology) theology
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Tremper Longman III, "Form Criticism, Recent Developments in Genre Theory and the Evangelical" (1985) 47:1 Westminster Theol.
Thomas Aquinas derived the Oneness and Unity of God from God's simplicity, the infinity of God's perfections, and the unity of all creation (Summa theol.
Furst, "Monotheismus und monarchie; zum Zusammenhang von Heil und Herrschaft in der Antike", Theol.
1) de la segunda mitad del siglo XI; Beato Corsini (Roma, Biblioteca Dell Academia Nazionale dei Lincei e Corsiniana, MS Theol.
Even though, say, 99 percent of an electorate is uninformed, democracy still can produce outcomes closer to those of a fully informed citizenry than to those of a totally ignorant one, according to this theol.
Young cites and quotes the Elevatio of a fifteenth-century ordinarium from Magdeburg (Berlin Staatsbibliothek, Theol.
The manuscript of Werden with which the match is found is Berlin, Staatsbibliothek, Theol.
Y agrega: "La creacion, en la creatura, no es otra cosa sino una cierta relacion (relatio quaedam) con el Creador como el principio de su ser" (Summa Theol.
Ratzinger, Volk und Haus in Augustins Lehre von der Kirche (Munchner Theol.
Block' "A New Document of the Last Pagan Revival in the West" Harvard Theol.
14) Different levels of naming of the divine are categorized by Proclus, Theol.