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The doctrines, which drew on the likes of Wilhelm Reich, replaced absolute fidelity with ordained promiscuity.

And other arguments the states might offer are vulnerable under other legal doctrines.

Yet the wackier doctrines in “I Believe” are not as central as the satire suggests.

This family of doctrines held that human beings had the potential to attain immortality through their own agency.

They are what they are, and the doctrines are off in another room somewhere.

Among the middle class there was a strong party which had accepted the doctrines of the French Revolution.

To escape from these horrible theories, the Christians (some of them) have thrown over the doctrines of Hell and the Devil.

The doctrines of free trade are of very recent growth; the data on which its laws are founded are few, and also uncertain.

He consequently became as hostile to the doctrines of the Church as he was to the institutions of the state.

Being distinctly revealed, like all other doctrines of God's word, they should enter into a testimony for the truth.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to doctrines, such as: concept, belief, creed, attitude, rule, and tenet.

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