doctrinal[ dok-truh-nl; British also dok-trahyn-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF doctrinal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOCTRINAL
With them, however, the difference is not mainly a doctrinal one.
But the doctrinal views of the Puritans were derived from Calvin.
I instanced it afterwards in my Essay on Doctrinal Development.
One more illustration of Smith's doctrinal views will suffice.
This balance between the doctrinal and the moral is difficult to maintain.
This doctrinal simplification was accompanied by a most rigid code of morals.
The effect of a doctrinal theology is the effect of Infallibility.
His Methodist doctrinal closet has more than one skeleton like this in it.
Lawrence was very far from guessing that his teaching had become "doctrinal."
It has been called the least doctrinal of the Pauline Epistles.