What is another word for theological system?

Pronunciation: [θiːəlˈɒd͡ʒɪkə͡l sˈɪstəm] (IPA)

Theological system is the study of religious beliefs and principles. It is a structured approach through which religious devotion is understood and practiced. There are many synonyms for theological system which includes theological framework, religious doctrine, theological perspective, philosophical theology, sacred doctrine, and spiritual system. These synonyms emphasize different aspects of theological study, from historical to philosophical, and from legal to experiential. Each synonym reflects a unique view on religious tradition and theology. Students of theology use these synonyms to understand religious beliefs, their origins, and how they shape our culture and society. Understanding synonyms for theological system is key to developing a greater appreciation for the diversity and complexity of religious traditions.

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Famous quotes with Theological system

  • The Gnostics were the earliest Christians with anything like a regular theological system, and it is only too evident that it was Jesus who was made to fit their theology as Christos, and not their theology that was developed out of his sayings and doings. Their ancestors had maintained, before the Christian era, that the Great Serpent — Jupiter, the Dragon of Life, the Father and "Good Divinity," had glided into the couch of Semele, and now, the post-Christian Gnostics, with a very trifling change, applied the same fable to the man Jesus, and asserted that the same "Good Divinity," Saturn (Ilda-Baoth), had, in the shape of the Dragon of Life, glided over the cradle of the infant Mary.
    Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
  • I believe passionately that Christianity is a way of life, not a theological system with which one must be in intellectual agreement. I feel that Christ would admit into discipleship anyone who sincerely desired to follow him, and allow that disciple to make his creed out of his experience; to listen, to consider, to pray, to follow, and ultimately to believe only those convictions about which the experience of fellowship made him sure.
    Leslie Weatherhead

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