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'''Theology''' is the study of [[religion]], [[God]], and scriptures.  Typically the concept includes the premise that such study is done in a rational, philosophical manner and can also refer to specific schools of thought. The study of theology is usually done in religious institutions where the promotion of religious beliefs is part of the mission.
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'''Theology''' is the study of [[religion]], [[God]], and scriptures.  Typically the concept includes the premise that such study is done in a rational, philosophical manner and can also refer to specific schools of thought. The study of theology is usually done in religious institutions where the promotion of religious beliefs is part of the mission. A [[theologian]] is an expert in the [[Academia|academic discipline]] of the [[Philosophy|philosophical]] study of theology.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:15, 10 October 2018

Theology is the study of religion, God, and scriptures. Typically the concept includes the premise that such study is done in a rational, philosophical manner and can also refer to specific schools of thought. The study of theology is usually done in religious institutions where the promotion of religious beliefs is part of the mission. A theologian is an expert in the academic discipline of the philosophical study of theology.

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