noun see theocentric

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • theocentrism —    This word (from the Greek theos, meaning god, and kentron, meaning sharp point ) refers to any philosophical or theological position that considers God as the central fact of existence and so the starting point forphilosophy and theology.… …   Glossary of theological terms

  • theocentrism — belief that God is central fact of existence Philosophical Isms …   Phrontistery dictionary

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  • theocentric — adjective Date: 1886 having God as the central interest and ultimate concern < a theocentric culture > • theocentricity noun • theocentrism noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Theocentricism — is the belief that God is the central aspect to our existence, as opposed to, for instance, anthropocentrism (centers upon man) or existentialism (centers upon the experience of existence).In Christian theology, the word has sometimes been used… …   Wikipedia

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