Definition of systematic theologian in English:

systematic theologian

noun

  • See systematic theology

    • ‘One of the invitations he accepted, however, was not from fellow professors or systematic theologians but from pastors.’
    • ‘These writers are, after all, systematic theologians; they are intent on making connections.’
    • ‘It follows, I contend, that religion is more richly sustained by storytellers than by systematic theologians.’
    • ‘His challenge would lead to a broadening of theology, in that it calls for the cooperation of systematic theologians.’
    • ‘A renowned Johannine scholar and a systematic theologian together explore the question, ‘What experience of God do the Johannine writings suggest?’’