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devoted to certain doctrines without regard to practicability

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characterized by assertion of unproved or unprovable principles

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It is hypocritical for dogmatists of choice to accuse the opposition of being dogmatic.
Robin Applebaum of Dogmatic, +1-646-336-7977 x232, or robin@dogmatic.
A council can be pastoral in certain matters while still being dogmatic.
Good preachers spend a lifetime studying the Bible, for "all the clergy must hold fast to the Sacred Scriptures through diligent reading and careful study" (Vatican II, Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation).
On the one hand, there were groups of self-proclaimed 'Leninist parties' that evolved at different rates into tight-knit dogmatic political sects.
The author shows that during that period ethical norms turned into dogmatic ones and the earlier period's tolerance was abandoned.
Interestingly, Curran demonstrates that during the 1880s-90s, when the 'ultramontanist' church was imposing the unitary method of Thomistic neoscholasticism on dogmatic theology, a 'methodological pluralism' existed in American Catholic moral theology.
He sees the earlier vision, however appropriate in former generations, as locked up in a past world of dogmatic certainties, incapable of achieving a true "born again" transformative experience which is both individual-spiritual-personal and communal-social-political which, "though not identical, are indissolubly linked.
Of course, our church's formularies have never contained dogmatic eucharistic definitions that are binding on all Anglicans, let alone ones equating our doctrine with that of Rome.
These concepts remain influential in the study of art history and the criticism of contemporary art, perhaps to the point where we no longer think about their origins; like the first draft of any commonplace, Steinberg's version was less dogmatic and more nuanced than its later incarnations in others' writing.
He thus denies himself some of the most effective tools that literary critics and historians have employed in recent years, and must rely instead on visceral responses to the texts, unguided by comparison with other early modern writers: a passage in Montaigne, for instance, "has a strangely hollow ring to it," an "oddly dogmatic tone," and "gives one the sense" that cliches are bei ng insincerely offered (38).
She was a smiling size 3, with the dogmatic demeanor of a civics teacher combined with the cheery devotion of a Jehovah's Witness on a Skid Row corner.
The doctrine of the resurrection of the body admittedly raises all sorts of conceptual, hermeneutical, and dogmatic puzzles.
According to Rudy Del Puerto, logistics and IT manager at Dogmatic Products, "What took me a day with another EDI service, now takes a quarter a day or less with TrueCommerce.
Noting the "happy coincidence" that Easter fell on the same day in 2004 on both calendars, John Paul II renewed a proposal for all Christians to celebrate Easter on the same date expressed in the Second Vatican Council's dogmatic Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy.