• (adj): Of or relating to or concerning theology.
    Example: "Theological seminar"

Some articles on theological:

Andhra Christian Theological College - Background
... Seminaries were established in Gooty (Union Theological Seminary), Dornakal (Andhra Union Theological College ) to cater to the Church of South India, Ramayapatnam (Baptist ... Lutheran Theological College) for the Lutherans, in Kakinada (Baptist Theological Seminary) for the Canadian Baptists, and Shamshabad (Mennonite Brethren Bible College) for the Mennonite ...
Arnold Eisen - Sources
... The Jewish Theological Seminary - Arnold Eisen Official JTSA biography A Biography of Arnold Eisen Sources say JTS Set to Select Eisen As Chancellor -- Forward Arnie Eisen ... Eisen Named New Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary (press release) Conservatives tap dynamic scholar, not rabbi, to head theological school Choice, May, 1984, p ...
Evangeline Anderson Rajkumar - Studies in Divinity
... Anderson-Rajkumar’s father maintained cordial relations with the theological community in Bengaluru ... Satyaranjan the then registrar of the United Theological College, Bengaluru and led to study theology ... In the year 1984, Anderson-Rajkumar joined the United Theological College, Bengaluru and enrolled herself for pursuing the degree of Bachelor of Divinity (B.D.) ...
Ezekiel Robinson
... born at Attleboro, Massachusetts, and educated at Brown University and at Newton Theological Institution ... and biblical interpretation in the Western Theological Seminary (Covington, Kentucky), and in 1849 accepted a call to a church in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Three years later he was appointed professor of theology in Rochester Theological Seminary and in 1868 was made its president ...
Walter Russell Bowie - Biography
... (1919) from Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary, now known as Virginia Theological Seminary ... at three Episcopal churches and two theological seminaries ...

Famous quotes containing the word theological:

    Our own theological Church, as we know, has scorned and vilified the body till it has seemed almost a reproach and a shame to have one, yet at the same time has credited it with power to drag the soul to perdition.
    Eliza Farnham (1815–1864)

    As liberty and intelligence have increased the people have more and more revolted against the theological dogmas that contradict common sense and wound the tenderest sensibilities of the soul.
    Catherine E. Beecher (1800–1878)

    ... all the cares and anxieties, the trials and disappointments of my whole life, are light, when balanced with my sufferings in childhood and youth from the theological dogmas which I sincerely believed, and the gloom connected with everything associated with the name of religion, the church, the parsonage, the graveyard, and the solemn, tolling bell.
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)