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n. pl. Chris·tol·o·gies
1. The theological study of the person and deeds of Jesus.
2. A doctrine or theory based on Jesus or Jesus's teachings.

Chris′to·log′i·cal (krĭs′tə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
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Adj.1.Christological - of or relating to Christology
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Image and Presence: A Christological Reflection on Iconoclasm and Iconophilia by Natalie Carnes
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Chao took the pre-existence of Christ and the incarnation as a new Christological framework to interpret the person of Jesus Christ.
acknowledges that the totus Christus or the christological approach (see Michael Fiedrowicz, Psalmus vox totius Christi: Studien zu Augustins "Enarrationes in Psalmos" [1997]) undoubtedly contributes to the comprehension of Augustine's hermeneutic in the Enarrationes.
Most remarkably, it explains why this letter is really a homily written by a preacher who must have delivered it several times in different places, and it offers an eloquent interpretation of the Letter to the Hebrews as a Christological hymn celebrating the priesthood of Christ.
"The Gospel According To Heretics: Discovering Orthodoxy Through Early Christological Conflicts" engaging introduction to the Christological heresies is suitable for beginning seminary students.
John has captured the Christological center of Bob Brown's thought, and the breadth and creativity of his vision will serve us in all corners of the church for years to come.
The topics in English are reflection on the Galilean Jesus in the light of Martin Hegel's Jesus und das Judentum; trinitarian belief, binitarian monotheism, and the one God: reflections on the origin of Christian faith in affiliation to Larry Hurtado's christological approach, on the trail of hope beyond Jesus, and studying "fractionation" in earliest Christianity in Rome and Ephesus.
These documents clearly reveal, Boyarin notes, a Christological "job description" that was well fashioned before it was applied to Jesus.
A corollary argument is that Christians have tended to allow doctrines to function as "ends" rather than as "aids." Grimsrud contends that a "doctrine-first" Christology leads to the "Christological evasion of Jesus" (33).
Answer 1: In this early Christological heresy, Christ was considered human, though with charismatic gifts that distinguished him from other people
John used ho huios ton theou as the primary christological title for Jesus to redefine a term used broadly in the imperial cult.