doctrinal teaching

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  • But these words were written with grave qualifications, especially as to the need of excluding doctrinal teaching. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley, by Leonard Huxley
  • He was famous both for the splendour of his doctrinal teaching and the miracles he wrought.
  • The religious instruction given in most schools is divided, in varying proportions, between historical or doctrinal teaching and ethical teaching. Cited from The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day, by Evelyn Underhill
  • As a result, his ministry has never charged money for any materials, including books, tapes, and DVDs of his doctrinal teachings.
  • The Antoinist healing process does not include a doctrinal teaching nor a psychological manipulation.
  • Thus Moslem doctrinal teaching and tradition both point out Jerusalem as the rallying place of Moslems before the end. Cited from Our Day, by W. A. Spicer
  • Branham asserted that his doctrinal teachings were given to him by divine revelation.
  • Additionally, the regular attendance or affiliation do not necessarily translate into a behavior according to their doctrinal teachings.
  • This places the Catholic in a position whereby he must stand aloof from all manner of doctrinal teaching other than that delivered by his Church through her accredited ministers. Cited from Explanation of Catholic Morals, by John H. Stapleton
  • He emphasized doctrinal teaching on salvation and the post-salvation spiritual life of the believer in Jesus Christ.
  • The doctrinal teachings of this movement regarding the nature of Christ's humanity is that He took the nature of Adam before the Fall.
  • In this sense, economy, as used in classical Orthodox doctrinal terminology, constituted the second broad division of all Christian doctrinal teaching.
  • Due to this, they develop wondrous eloquence and skill in presenting doctrinal teachings.
  • In this prose work, Lanteri describes the character of Liguori and his doctrinal teaching, particularly his moral theology.
  • The present system may be modified so as to give ministers of religion greater opportunities for doctrinal teaching out of hours, and to allow of broad Christian morality being taught as part of the educational course. Cited from Town Life in Australia, 1883, by R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
  • The greatest vagaries of doctrinal teachings are found during Brigham Young's reign in Utah. Cited from The Story of the Mormons by William Alexander Linn
  • However modified and diversified in external form and in doctrinal teaching they may now be, they exhibit in their ecclesiastical constitutions a foreign character derived from the foreign stock from which they sprang. Cited from The Last Reformation, by F. G. [Frederick George] Smith
  • Michael Manning, to shows focusing on social reform and social justice, such as Christopher Closeup, to doctrinal teaching shows hosted by various clergy.
  • This marked a distinctive conservative shift in the network's overall orientation, with programs featuring topics on social reform and justice gradually being phased out and replaced with general doctrinal teaching and discussion programs.
  • In his writings, while upholding the doctrinal teaching of Rome, he was outspoken in condemning the corruptions of the clergy. Cited from Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John W. Cousin
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