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Synonyms for dogma

blind faith

Synonyms

  • blind faith
  • certainty
  • unquestioning belief
  • arrogant conviction

Synonyms for dogma

a principle taught or advanced for belief, as by a religious or philosophical group

Synonyms for dogma

a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof

a doctrine or code of beliefs accepted as authoritative

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1958: Pius XII's death marked the end of a century of excessive Marian cults by the Pius popes that had begun with the definition of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception in 1854.
The Dogma K8-S has been subjected to several months of laboratory and practical tests, using accelerometers, power meters and GPS instrumentation.
First, it means that Article 133, particularly the words "actos notoriamente ofensivos" (notoriously offensive acts), should be strictly construed to cover only acts that profane sacred objects or ridicule any religion's dogmas, rituals and ceremonies.
Fortunately, Dragon's Dogma is a good enough game that beating the monsters remains a challenge rather than a frustrating exercise in futility.
As the original Digital Dogma grew, Walsh and Mulcahey upgraded their equipment.
Capcom's first fantasy action RPG, Dragon's Dogma, in moments rises to mythical grandeur and in equal parts crashes down to frustration and disappointment.
Dragon's Dogma is also a proper challenge, even for the hardened gamer.
Dogma includes contradictory rules which are often added or amended on the spot, such as: "Dogma is spartan.
This collection examines the papal dogma in relation to Scripture and early patristic understandings, post-Reformational retrievals on the historical views pertaining to the papal office prior to the formalization of the dogma, systematic theological treatments on the Petrine ministry and infallibility, and ecumenical analyses on the Petrine office--by renowned ecumenists such as Cardinal Walter Kasper, Vatican advisor Hermann Pottmeyer, Cardinal Kurt Koch (President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity), German Lutheran Harding Meyer, American Lutheran Michael Root, and American Methodist Geoffrey Wainwright.
Sooner or later, however, the bright light of scientific evidence will reveal the ersatz nature of a dogma and it will come crashing down.
El primer filme oficial Dogma estuvo a cargo de Vinterberg, quien en 1998 grabo Festen (La Celebracion), una pelicula que gira en torno a una reunion familiar con motivo de la celebracion del sexagesimo cumpleanos del patriarca.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber told the rally: "These are reforms driven by dogma.
It outlines its purpose from the outset: tackling fundamental and difficult issues of Orthodox faith, such as dogma and truth vis-a-vis the contemporary life.
He did not just fall into and repeat the typical global warming dogma regarding polar bears and seals.
Limbo was never defined as a dogma but had become part of common belief.