Definition of Dogmatizer. Meaning of Dogmatizer. Synonyms of Dogmatizer

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Definition of Dogmatizer

Dogmatizer
Dogmatizer Dog"ma*ti`zer, n. One who dogmatizes; a bold asserter; a magisterial teacher. --Hammond.

Meaning of Dogmatizer from wikipedia

- England, some Doubts as to his divinity; tho' it is a question I do not dogmatize upon, having never studied it, and I think it needless to busy myself...
- given to the ****ertion that Luther, some three-hundred years before the dogmatization of the Immaculate Conception by Pope Pius IX in 1854, was a firm adherent...
- requested all Catholic bishops to express their opinion on a possible dogmatization. On 8 September 1953, the encyclical Fulgens corona announced a Marian...
- a 17th-century Oxford story found in Joseph Glanvill's The Vanity of Dogmatizing (1661, etc.). It has often been called one of the best and most po****r...
- of the Church can help to ease the sufferings of the souls, but do not dogmatize as to how exactly this is accomplished. "Joh 18:36; ESV - Jesus answered...
- and mysticism. Many, including REBT practitioners, have warned against dogmatizing and sanctifying REBT as a supposedly perfect psychological panacea. Prominent...
- Church, which was opposed by Pius IX Many French Catholics wished the dogmatization of Papal infallibility and the ****umption of Mary by the e****enical...
- became known as the Pope of the Immaculate Conception because of the dogmatization in 1854. Leo XIII, in light of his unprecedented promulgation of the...
- of Being. Although innovated in the late medieval period, Thomism was dogmatized in the Renaissance. From roughly 1277 to 1567, it dominated the philosophic...
- of Mary. During his pontificate, petitions increased requesting the dogmatization of the Immaculate Conception.[citation needed] In 1848 Pius appointed...
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