Outline of theology

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Theology is the critical study of the nature of the divine. It is taught as an academic discipline, typically in universities, seminaries and schools of divinity.

Apologetics[edit]

Apologetics is the whole of the consensus of the views of those who defend a position in an argument of long standing.

Conceptions of God[edit]

Divine presence[edit]

Divine presence

God[edit]

Names of God[edit]

Singular God[edit]

Binitarianism[edit]

Trinitarianism[edit]

Other views[edit]

Eschatology[edit]

Eschatology, literally the "study of the last", is the part of theology and philosophy concerned with the end of the world.

Existence of God[edit]

Arguments for[edit]

Arguments from[edit]

Other arguments[edit]

Arguments against[edit]

Arguments from[edit]

Other arguments[edit]

Opposition to religion[edit]

Theism[edit]

Theism in the broadest sense is the belief in the existence of a god or gods. In the more specific sense used here theism refers to a particular doctrine concerning the nature of a God and its relationship to the universe.

Theologies[edit]

Seminaries and theological colleges[edit]

Resources[edit]

Practitioners[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]