doctrinal

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  • Several times during its history, the society has been faced with doctrinal controversy.
  • American air defence artillery also began the process of making substantial doctrinal changes.
  • The letter consists of two parts: first a doctrinal section, then a second regarding conduct.
  • He is mainly known for his doctrinal and historical studies about the Church of the East.
  • It is a non-doctrinal naval term used in different ways.
  • The college maintains no official connection with any religious body, however, for doctrinal reasons.
  • In France they were officially recognised by the king only in their doctrinal parts.
  • Doctrinal questions and spiritual matters held an important place among the subjects discussed in them.
  • Services reached a bit less into the future, and made significant changes to their doctrinal frameworks.
  • Before the development of separate doctrinal publications, many nations expressed their military philosophy through regulations.
  • The experience also helped him to work out his doctrinal stance.
  • These small groups had reached similar doctrinal convictions through independent Bible study.
  • In reality it was merely a doctrinal issue, not a political one.
  • It has gone through a small number of doctrinal schisms in its history as a Christian church.
  • Women are permitted to write articles that are not of a doctrinal nature.
  • The Eastern position could be characterized as being political in nature, as opposed to a doctrinal view.
  • The reform movement soon split along certain doctrinal lines.
  • Another officially published doctrinal change was that women in the church would be allowed to wear makeup.
  • It is hard to find any doctrinal differences between these two denominations.
  • Before giving his doctrinal exposition of a passage, he first considers its critical state.
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Synonyms of doctrinal

Meaning of doctrinal

  • adjective Relating to or involving or preoccupied with doctrine
    quibbling over doctrinal minutiae