Definition of "theologian" [the•o•lo•gi•an]

  • One who is learned in theology. (noun)

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Use "theologian" in a sentence
  • "Neil: Re. being "fake" for claiming using the term theologian means someone versed in theology: the ⋅ o ⋅ lo ⋅ gian/ˌθiəˈloʊdʒən, - dʒiən/[thee-uh-loh-juhn, - jee-uhn] - noun -"
  • "A much happier outcome for the speculative, self-educated theologian is to be found in the example of Hans Urs von Balthasar."
  • "Well, having read the book just recently and being a person who, while no theologian, is pretty familiar with the New Testament and the early days of the Christian faith, I was still finding myself wondering what the hell the story was talking about at certain points."