atheological

atheological

(eɪˌθɪəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
(Theology) having an aversion or resistance to theology
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history as fundamentally atheological, little as it may be granted us
By the end of his professional career Conway moved both to England and beyond theopolitics to a more atheological poetics and politics as Charles Dickens, Thomas Carlyle, and Charles Darwin became conversation partners.
Perhaps Durkheim's reserve about the symbolism attending what Carl Schmitt would later call political theology, reflects not an eliminationist but an acephalous impulse: better characterized as a negative political theology, or an atheological refusal to draw attention toward figures of political idolatry.
This is an atheological message whose vision of humanity's nature is rarely put in plain, boiled-down-to-essence terms.
ATHEOLOGICAL college that has been refurbished at a cost of PS1.7m has been recommended for closure by a Church in Wales working party.
First, I will explore Nancy's vision of the Trinity and determine how such an atheological conception of the divine is suited to an analysis of the representation of God portrayed in the novel.
There are other occasions that this Other and its call as well as its exigency indicate an impersonal, atheological and more comprehensive force, though.
Mackie's atheological argument in "Evil and Omnipotence." The second part analyzes the reasons why Saint Anselm rejected the claim that God must eliminate evil in his De Casu Diaboli.
But Stutzman's sociopolitical, virtually atheological version of Jesus' kingdom (as helpful as his nine appeals on pp.
Theirs is an atheological use of their Jewish heritage.
Wittgenstein says such people need not be stupid or uneducated and it need not be true that they are unaware of standard atheological arguments.