What is another word for theologically?

Pronunciation: [θiːəlˈɒd͡ʒɪkli] (IPA)

The word theologically refers to anything relating to the study of God or religious beliefs. There are many synonyms for this term that can be used in different contexts. Some of the synonyms for the word theologically are doctrinally, spiritually, ethically, philosophically, and biblically. Each of these words is used in its specific context to imply a different connotation. For instance, biblically would suggest that the topic is related to the Bible, while spiritually would have a more holistic and experiential connotation. The usage of these synonyms depends on the speaker's intention; still, all of them point towards the realm of religious and spiritual study and exploration.

What are the hypernyms for Theologically?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Theologically

theologically the separation from the Eternal Life is said to be caused by "Sin."
"The Law and the Word"
Thomas Troward
I do not expect every man to belong to my church, for men in their constitution and mental make-up can not see alike theologically.
"The Jericho Road"
W. Bion Adkins
Wolff was the neighbour and firm friend of George Anthony Denison, "dearer to him than any," although theologically in the opposite camp.
"Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ"
Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.

Famous quotes with Theologically

  • A man may be theologically knowing and spiritually ignorant.
    Stephen Charnock (
  • There are those who still believe that notions of racial purity are biologically and theologically sound, and therefore desirable, in spite of the fact that current genetic evidence has obliterated all justification for such notions.
    Daniel J. Fairbanks
  • We tread on unsure ground, theologically. The doctrines are still in the malleable state; what eventually evolves from them will owe its existence not to pre-eminent merit, but to the shrewdness of the compromises made by the factions.
    George Alec Effinger
  • Tyndale was more than a mildly theological thinker. He is at last being understood as, theologically as well as linguistically, well ahead of his time. For him, as several decades later for Calvin... and in the 20th century Karl Barth) the overriding message of the New Testament is the sovereignty of God. Everything is contained in that. It must never, as he wrote, be lost from sight... Tyndale, we are now being shown, was original and new — except that he was also old, demonstrating the understanding of God as revealed in the whole New Testament. For Tyndale, God is, above all, sovereign, active in the individual and in history. He is the one as he put it, in whom alone is found salvation and flourishing.
    William Tyndale

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