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Synonyms for conviction

Synonyms for conviction

the fact or condition of being without doubt

something believed or accepted as true by a person

Synonyms for conviction

an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence

(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed

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Dockery as a Christian scholar, evangelical statesman, and committed Baptist employs two appropriate and accurately applied terms: convictional civility.
In this regard, the counselor's ingrained personal convictions may unduly influence the construction of imaginative material, resulting in a convictional bias (Clark, 2002, 2007, 2010).
McClendon defined theology as "the discovery, understanding, and transformation of the conviction of a convictional community, including the discovery and critical revision of their relation to one another and to whatever else there is.
An exclusive emphasis on the systematic approach might challenge some of the "messiness" of the church, but it might also do less than full justice to "the confessional, convictional, linguistic character of faith," which is not always reconcilable with neatness.
7) What both books suggest is that these "beliefs" have supplanted the traditional, textured beliefs of particular convictional communities, which for most of those surveyed would be Christianity.
Donaldson originally conceived the sourcebook as a companion volume to his previous study, Paul and the Gentiles: Remapping the Apostle's Convictional World (Minneapolis, Fortress Press, 1997; see review by Calvin J.
The transforming moment: Understanding convictional experiences.
Our duty is to treat all inmates with equal respect,' said Banham, 'irrespective of colour, race, religion, or sexual or convictional orientation.