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Hagiography

Ha`gi`og´ra`phy   Pronunciation: ~fŷ; 277
n.1.Same as Hagiographa.
Noun1.hagiography - a biography that idealizes or idolizes the person (especially a person who is a saint)
Buddhology, Clio, Mariolatry, Mariology, Mercersburg theology, Muse of history, adventures, annals, apologetics, autobiography, biographical sketch, biography, canonics, case history, chronicle, chronicles, chronology, confessions, crisis theology, curriculum vitae, dialogical theology, diary, divinity, doctrinalism, doctrinism, dogmatics, eschatology, existential theology, experiences, fortunes, hagiology, hierology, historiography, history, journal, legend, life, life and letters, life story, logos Christology, logos theology, martyrology, memoir, memoirs, memorabilia, memorial, memorials, natural theology, necrology, neoorthodox theology, neoorthodoxy, obituary, patristic theology, phenomenological theology, photobiography, physicotheology, profile, rationalism, record, religion, resume, scholastic theology, secularism, soteriology, story, systematics, theology, theory of history
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