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English citations of thealogy
- 1976, Isaac Bonewits, The Druid Chronicles (Evolved), referenced in Neopagan Rites: A Guide to Creating Public Rituals That Work (p. 222).:
- 86. In 1974 I wrote, and in 1976 published, the word thealogian in The Druid Chronicles (Evolved, a book about the Reformed Druids of North America and their offshoots.
- 1980, Naomi Goldenberg, Changing of The Gods: Feminism and the End of Traditional Religions (p. 96).:
- The word theology has also come to be used almost exclusively in regard to Christian god-talk. The advent of witchcraft, with its colorful goddess-talk, requires a new term. I hope witches and scholars of feminist religion will adopt my suggestion and name themselves thealogians.
- 2002, Carol P. Christ, The Cambridge Companion to Feminist Theology:
- The word thealogy comes from the Greek words thea or Goddess and logos or meaning. It describes the activity of reflection on the meaning of Goddess, in contrast to theology, from theos and logos, which is reflection on the meaning of God.