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Pronunciation:

[θ_ɪ__ə_l_ˈəʊ_dʒ_ə_n], [θɪəlˈə͡ʊd͡ʒən], [θɪəlˈə‍ʊd‍ʒən]
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Synonyms for Theologian:

theologian (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Quotes for Theologian:

  1. There is a very well -defined procedure that allows the Vatican to raise issues with a particular theologian about something that does not appear in conformity with the Catholic faith. It is not always easy to make this determination. Godfried Danneels.
  2. Only a very bad theologian would confuse the certainty that follows revelation with the truths that are revealed. They are entirely different things. Denis Diderot.
  3. There isn't a theologian in the world who can argue with me on this. God has no gender. If that's the case, then everything needs to be rewritten now, right now. Susan Powter.

Adjectives for Theologian:

  • singularly liberal,
  • wisest and most practised,
  • jewish mediaeval,
  • divine and eminent,
  • true aggressive,
  • honest historical,
  • great thirteenth-century,
  • jewish mediæval,
  • profound little,
  • greatest danish,
  • severe, uncompromising,
  • obscure irish,
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  • certain wise,
  • simple and direct,
  • dogmatical,
  • theosophical,
  • last and greatest,
  • bestselling,
  • thirteenth-century,
  • saddened,
  • half-witted,
  • libyan,
  • heady,
  • latter-day,
  • canny,
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  • famed,
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  • principal,
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  • eminent dogmatic,
  • well-read and careful,
  • liberal swiss,
  • weak controversial,
  • technical moral,
  • profound patristic,
  • hapless metaphysical,
  • world-famous systematic,
  • successful controversial,
  • speculative and constructive,
  • irritable old-world,
  • german rationalist,
  • french scholastic,
  • energetic but illiterate,
  • classical, philosophical,
  • italian mystic,
  • sixteenth or seventeenth-century,
  • spanish jewish,
  • narrow and technical,
  • pious and acute,
  • liberal french,
  • great apostolic,
  • german rationalistic,
  • eloquent and subtle,
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  • eminent moral,
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  • famous mystic,
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  • german mystic,
  • moderately liberal,
  • able and thoughtful,
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  • great franciscan,
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  • great episcopal,
  • famous portuguese,
  • prominent and popular,
  • great eighteenth-century,
  • eminent practical,
  • profound metaphysical,
  • eminent spanish,
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  • less keen,
  • illustrious french,
  • young or old,
  • same amiable,
  • modern jewish,
  • excellent moral,
  • great swedish,
  • famous spanish,
  • fifth-century,
  • well-known german,
  • other dutch,
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  • old dutch,
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  • sunday-school,
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  • pontifical,
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  • maliciously subtle,
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  • self-sufficient jewish,
  • anonymous mystic,
  • later philosophic,
  • eloquent young,
  • same eminent,
  • marxist-leninist,
  • ancient native,
  • important and influential,
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  • dutch,
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  • french,
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  • famous,
  • german.
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