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Definition of Nontheological
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Literary usage of Nontheological
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1. History as Past Ethics: An Introduction to the History of Morals by Philip Van Ness Myers (1913)
"... or by giving a surer place in it, certain nontheological virtues, some of which the Church had laid little emphasis upon or had entirely neglected. ..."
2. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"FJ Gould's work in persuading his countrymen to adopt more nontheological instruction in the schools is highly praised. The difficulties in this field in ..."
3. The Bible as Literature: An Introduction by Irving Francis Wood, Elihu Grant (1914)
"The benevolences which James meant by the term "works" were, of course, to be expected in the Christian. The whole ethical and nontheological treatment of ..."
4. Divine Providence by Emanuel Swedenborg (2003)
"The list is chronological within each of the two groups shown—the published theological works, and the nontheological and posthumously published works. ..."
5. The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Masterpieces by William Guild Howard, Isidore Singer (1914)
"They took care expressly to declare that had the question concerned a licentia docendi in any one of the nontheological faculties, in a philosophical ..."