theologism

Related to theologism: theologist, theology, positivism

theologism

1. any theological speculation.
2. the assumption that other disciplines, as philosophy or science, are inferior to theology.
See also: Theology
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Regardless of the completeness of Tolkien's myth-making (and as illustrated repeatedly in the present discussion) its theologism is not entirely disassociated from the intertextual influences of Tolkien's Catholic faith nor from his philological profession.
Among her specific topics are the influence of Zoroastrianism on various worldviews, stewardship, divine determination and human free will, supernatural theologism, the duality and triadic problem, evil and suffering and a wholesome multidimensional worldview, faith counseling and the four grand acts, and ministry as social and cultural response.
The central question of this book, then, is a complex one: Is there an alternative to identity politics and Marxist theory that can define a materialist epistemology--one that would recognize the possibility of objectivity in the face of multicultural realities and thus avoid both the imperialist universalism of positivism and theologism and the impotent constructivism of postmodernism?