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the·o·log·i·cal

 (thē′ə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) also the·o·log·ic (-lŏj′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to theology or to specialized religious study.

the′o·log′i·cal·ly adv.
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theologic

(ˌθɪəˈlɒdʒɪk)
adj
(Theology) another word for theological
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Creating theologic division creates problems further down the road.
Theologic analysis and debate are governed by their own principles, but what constitutes abortion is also a matter of law.
Grundlinien ihrer Geschichte, ihrer Entwicklung und Theologic (Bonn: Verlag fur Kultur und Wissenschaft, 2007), 149-226.
There is a theopoetics in Hegel, but it ultimately yields to a theologic. That is why Malabou calls it a "speculative hermeneutics." (10)
Theologic und Philosophic treats the complex relationship between the two disciplines from philosophy's roots in ancient Greece to Kant.
The Mu'tazila held that God is reason, His Creation is rationally intelligible, and consequently, reason--by which they meant deductive logic from the definition of God--is the final arbiter of theologic inquiry.
Yacoubi, (Near Eastern studies, Ohio State U.), a professor with a background in Arab-American studies, modern Arabic literature, and critical theory, argues that Salmon Rushdie's fiction operates both within and beyond Islamic literary and theologic tradition.
The theologic of the evangelical gospel points to universalism.
It was six men of Indostan, to learning much inclined, who went to see the Elephant (Though all of them were blind), that each by observation might satisfy his mind And so these men of Indostan, disputed loud and long, each in his own opinion Exceeding stiff and strong, though each was partly in the right, and all were in the wrong So oft in theologic wars, the disputants, I ween, rail on in utter ignorance Of what each other mean, and prate about an Elephant, not one of them has seen Latchem and Jung define flexibility as a willingness to change and the ability to bend without breaking.
die theologiegeschichtliche Bedeutung des Ambrosius darin zu liegen, dass er zugleich ein guter Kirchenpolitiker und Theologe genannt werden muss und es gerade seine Bemuhungen im Ubersetzung und Ubertragung, also eine dezidierte Nicht-Originalitat, sind, die das Pradikat "guter Theologic" verdienen." "War der Bischof Ambrosius von Mailand ein schlechter Theologe?" in Jahrbuch der Akademie der Wissensehaften in Gottingen 1994 (Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1995), 63-66, 64-65.
Donoghue's emphasis on the absence of formal religion invites valid criticism from Lawrence Buell, whose critique stems from a fundamental difference over what counts as "religious." Whereas Donoghue understands religion chiefly in terms of "theologic belief or church affiliation" Buell suggests that religious belief should belong to the "individual's considered private judgment" in order to safeguard against "imperial zealotry or the policing of the faithful by the church authority" (43).