1. of or relating to Christology
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How To Use Christological In A Sentence

  • The debate would come to an unhappy close, with the Christological questions keeping the Reformers apart on the doctrine of the Eucharist.
  • The task of doctrinal definition continued, however, and theological debate on Christological and other matters is clearly of great interest and concern among Christians in the twentieth century.
  • Fr. Peter Damian Fehlner makes this same point very well in one of his articles, remarkable for its insight and profundity, in which he interprets the ancient Christological-Mariological expression "Mensura Christi Maria" (the measure of Christ is Mary) in the corresponding soteriological sense of "Mensura Redemptoris Corredemptrix" (the measure of the Redeemer is the Coredemptrix). Latest Articles
  • The first to use the term persona in a Trinitarian & christological context asserting in Adv. Archive 2009-05-01
  • This is from one of the great Theological Orations which he preached while there, speeches which have become known as bastions of Trinitarian and Christological orthodoxy.
  • The few surviving capitula from Cluny thus show the Christological symbols of the individual modes cf. ibid. p. The singing of Psalms and the Divine Office
  • Adoptionism, in a broad sense, a christological theory according to which Christ, as man, is the adoptive Son of God; the precise import of the word varies with the successive stages and exponents of the theory. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • By the time we reach the era of the extracanonical acts of the apostles and martyrs, Jesus is himself referred to as "the only true God", showing evidence of yet another Christological option that was explored by the early Church, that form of modalism that regarded God the Father as the very same "person" that became incarnate, regarding Jesus and the Father as simply "modes" of existence of the same single God. Jesus the Mystic in the Gospel of John
  • Luther's insistence on a ‘theology of the cross’ was based in an insight at once profoundly apophatic and deeply christological.
  • I turn then to recent feminist Christological positions.
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