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theologynoun

 us   /θiˈɑl·ə·dʒi/
the ​study of ​religion and ​religiousbelief, or a set of ​beliefs about a ​particularreligion
theological
adjective  us   /ˌθi·əˈlɑdʒ·ɪ·kəl/
The ​minister had ​attended the Princeton Theological Seminary.
(Definition of theology from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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theologynoun

uk   /θiˈɒl.ə.dʒi/  us   /θiˈɑː.lə.dʒi/
[U] the ​study of ​religion and ​religiousbelief
[C or U] a set of ​beliefs about a ​particularreligion
(Definition of theology from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “theology”
in Spanish teología…
in Vietnamese thần học…
in Malaysian teologi…
in Thai วิชาว่าด้วยการศาสนา…
in French théologie…
in German die Theologie…
in Chinese (Simplified) 神学,宗教信仰学, 宗教信仰…
in Turkish ilâhiyat, din bilimi…
in Russian теология…
in Indonesian theologi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 神學,宗教信仰學, 宗教信仰…
in Polish teologia…
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