Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "theologic" [the•o•log•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to theology. (adjective)

Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "theologic" in a sentence
  • "The third, or Christian dispensation, is theologic, that is, a revelation of God by inspired writings."
  • "That while he undertakes, in this manner, a universal remission of sin, or even to freely justify every penitent transgressor before God, he has never yet thought, as far as we can discover, that he is putting God’s law and justice in jeopardy, or raising any kind of theologic objection, such as now disturbs the concern of many."
  • "Why does it never occur to such as are taken by this kind of theologic contrivance, that after Christ has made due satisfaction to the wrath-principle of God’s justice, there is still wanted, above all, some more tremendous sacrifice, to satisfy the wrath of the Lamb?"