theologian

[ thee-uh-loh-juh n, -jee-uh n ]
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I am then about to examine this question as a historian, philosopher, and theologian.

Well, Hedvig, your theologian meant to say that a god was not capable of this.

What are the discoveries of geology and biology to a theologian?

No, would the theologian say, your false philosophy ends in nothing.

They regarded the theosophist as far superior in every respect to the theologian.

And why, since they had not the rewards or penalties of the theologian to offer to their disciples?

"Sardinia's a country without resources," added the theologian.

The voice of Dr. Dwight, the American theologian, will not be out of harmony here.

The reproach has passed altogether to him from the theologian.

The theologian knows that, and admits that he has no fear of facts.