Right now, for example, the transformation of the policy of human rights propounded quite successfully by US President Jimmy Carter and, in a different way, by Pope John Paul II, has now become dogmatized to a degree that almost turns the theory into a parody of itself.
That is to say, ideas are adopted, then they become dogmatized.
That approach was then amplified by Reagan and pushed forward, and in turn, it became dogmatized.
The past never rests in peace: it is always in motion, subject to revision and reinterpretation, dogmatized
into eternal truths or splintered into a thousand fragments.
Rosenzweig simply dogmatized
that law was necessary and could not explain how that jibed with his insistence that revelation was a partnered activity, one in which we were not to be coerced.
Many Protestants [saw] in Joe McCarthy the lurid image of everything they had come to fear in American Catholicism: like many Catholics he showed a certain disinterest in civil liberties, he demanded conformity to his own set of opinions, he was intolerant of all opposition, he dogmatized
endlessly, and he made a shambles of the democratic process by abusing the witnesses who came before his congressional committee.
According to the churches of the Reformation, Rome's dogmatized claim of primacy makes it one confessional church alongside the others.
13) To make the point somewhat crudely: just because the primacy is dogmatized does not mean that the pope is always obliged to make use of it.
Proponents as well as opponents of infallibility supposed that, once it was dogmatized
, infallible papal pronouncements would be a frequently employed, efficient means of relieving confusions.