doctrinal

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  • In very few cases have politicians deviated from their traditional hands-off course in church doctrinal matters.
  • Many of these letters contain questions about church reform and liturgical or doctrinal matters.
  • Doctrinal works and the works of academic jurists have strong influence in law creation and in law cases.
  • In many cases, individual churches will address further doctrinal questions in a set of bylaws.
  • She summoned church leaders from both sides to attempt to solve their doctrinal differences.
  • During their prolific career they have published more than two hundred items on a variety of social, doctrinal, and historical issues.
  • Interest in the doctrinal position of the early English church on various points in controversy in his day first led him in that direction.
  • Students are also expected to take doctrinal courses in Constitutional Law and Evidence.
  • However, they took the position far beyond Hooker's own and extended it to doctrinal matters.
  • A group of former members of the church were in open conflict with Smith for various doctrinal, economic, and political reasons.
  • He has also published numerous widely cited articles in leading journals on policy and doctrinal aspects of international criminal law.
  • Almost daily she received from the lips of Jesus instructions forming a complete spiritual and doctrinal education.
  • The U.S. Army had no doctrinal use for a heavy tank at the time.
  • After exchange of views on doctrinal matters and other fundamental name.
  • Another doctrinal source for the equal treatment of all life is found in the Rigveda.
  • In other cases, Buddhist communities were divided along these doctrinal lines.
  • There are no doctrinal differences among any of them.
  • Similar to internal evidence, doctrinal consistency and development are examined against the author's other known works.
  • The conflict was political, rather than doctrinal, in nature.
  • His works are mostly of a doctrinal character.
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Words starting with doctrinal

Synonyms of doctrinal

Meaning of doctrinal

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