Welcome to Day 13 of Speak Greek in March:
Theology translates into English from the Greek theologia (θεολογία) which derived from Τheos (Θεός), meaning “God,” and -logia (-λογία), meaning “utterances, sayings, or oracles” (a word related tologos [λόγος], meaning “word, discourse, account, or reasoning“) which had passed into Latin as theologia and into French as théologie. The English equivalent “theology” (Theologie, Teologye) had evolved by 1362. The sense the word has in English depends in large part on the sense the Latin and Greek equivalents had acquired in Patristic andmedieval Christian usage, though the English term has now spread beyond Christian contexts. (Source: Wikipedia)
Προέρχεται από τις λέξεις «Θεός» και «λόγος». Είναι, δηλαδή, η συστηματική μελέτη θρησκευτικών ζητημάτων.
Day 13 episode courtesy of SBS Greek – Ελληνικό Πρόγραμμα Ραδιοφωνίας SBS Speak Greek in March: “Theology” Fr. Apostolos Trifyllis, elaborates on the term in this interview with Themi Kallos. CLICK HERE to listen to full episode.