hamartiology


hamartiology
study of sin

Phrontistery dictionary. 2013.

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  • Hamartiology — (Greek: αμαρτια, hamartia , missing the mark, sin, + λογια, logia , sayings or discourse ) is the branch of Christian theology, more specifically, systematic theology, which is the study of sin with a view to articulating a doctrine of… …   Wikipedia

  • hamartiology — (n.) that part of theology which deals with sin, 1875, from Gk. hamartia sin (see HAMARTIA (Cf. hamartia)) + OLOGY (Cf. ology) …   Etymology dictionary

  • hamartiology — ha·mar·ti·ol·o·gy …   English syllables

  • hamartiology —   n. division of theology dealing with sin.    ♦ hamartiologist, n …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • hamartiology — həˌmärd.ēˈäləjē noun ( es) Etymology: Greek hamartia sin + English o + logy : a part of theology treating the doctrine of sin compare ponerology …   Useful english dictionary

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