Definition of Dogmatically. Meaning of Dogmatically. Synonyms of Dogmatically

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Definition of Dogmatically

Dogmatically
Dogmatically Dog*mat"ic*al*ly, adv. In a dogmatic manner; positively; magisterially.

Meaning of Dogmatically from wikipedia

- and handed down in Scripture and tradition". This doctrine was defined dogmatically at the First Vatican Council of 1869–1870 in the do****ent Pastor aeternus...
- Dogmatic theology is that part of theology dealing with the theoretical truths of faith concerning God and God's works, especially the official theology...
- adherents are not willing to discuss rationally. This attitude is named as a dogmatic one, or as dogmatism; and is often used to refer to matters related to...
- The Dogmatic Sarcophagus, also known as the "Trinity Sarcophagus" is an early Christian sarcophagus dating to 320–350, now in the Vatican Museums (Vatican...
- were two incorrect approaches, which he called dogmatic falsificationism and naive falsificationism. Dogmatic falsificationism ignores both challenges, whereas...
- different processes. Kant also credited David Hume with awakening him from a "dogmatic slumber" in which he had unquestioningly accepted the tenets of both religion...
- or in fact, actually believe. Do note a dogmatic fact can also be correct in senses other than 'dogmatically', such as a writer truly being subversive...
- church, such as the promulgation of laws or definitive teachings. The forms dogmatic constitution and pastoral constitution are titles sometimes used to be...
- Church the ****umption is dogmatically defined, whilst in the Eastern Orthodox tradition the Dormition is less dogmatically than liturgically and mystically...
- Church, the ****umption is dogmatically defined, while in the Eastern Orthodox tradition, the Dormition is less dogmatically than liturgically and mystically...
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