Definition of Pauline in English:

Pauline

adjective

Christian Theology
  • 1Relating to or characteristic of St Paul, his writings, or his doctrines.

    ‘the Pauline Epistles’
    • ‘Two parts of the existing Pauline correspondence, Galatians 2-4 and Romans 3-4, are dominated by this concept.’
    • ‘It is not erroneous, as he claims, to believe that the Gospels reflect a Pauline theologizing of the original Jesus message.’
    • ‘It is worthwhile to remember that Luther's favorite book of the Bible was not a Pauline epistle, but the Gospel of John.’
    • ‘Against conventional Pauline study, he returns to Augustine as a Pauline interpreter.’
    • ‘How many Pauline epistles did Paul really write?’
    1. 1.1 (in the Roman Catholic Church) relating to Pope Paul VI, or the liturgical and doctrinal reforms pursued during his pontificate (1963–78) as a result of the Second Vatican Council.
      ‘Ratzinger's embrace of Gamber was dissent on the Pauline reform’

Pronunciation

Pauline

/ˈpɔːlʌɪn/