Meaning of theologically in English:


Pronunciation /ˌθiːəˈlɒdʒɪkli/


  • In a way that relates to the study of the nature of God and religious belief.

    ‘an introduction to thinking theologically about what it means to be human’
    • ‘theologically trained clergy’
    • ‘theologically speaking, nobody is innocent’
    • ‘Regard for human life need not be justified theologically.’
    • ‘With deep roots in the South, he was theologically educated at a seminary in the North.’
    • ‘There are quite a few, particularly in the more theologically conservative denominations, who have strong promarket views.’
    • ‘Theologically, the Christ Child had to be shown naked, to reveal the entirety of His incarnation.’
    • ‘He is known for his multiple works on the crucial issues that should be faced theologically in the Latin American context.’