Definition of soteriological in English:

soteriological

adjective

Theology
  • See soteriology

    • ‘His goal is to align current christological and soteriological doctrine with religious pluralism - a problem never truly envisioned in the Bible.’
    • ‘Only when Christ's death was ordered to the Exodus recollection could the eschatological dimension of the soteriological significance of Jesus' death be appreciated.’
    • ‘Similarly, the Gospels reveal a soteriological consistency in which Jesus is presented not only as an eschatological instrument but as salvation itself.’
    • ‘He contends that they each reflect the basic soteriological, christological, eschatological, and ecclesiological thrusts of the letter.’
    • ‘John and Hebrews provide a more philosophical and poetic expression of the nativity, setting the event in its theological and soteriological perspective.’

Pronunciation

soteriological

/-ēəˈläjikəl/