dogma

[ dawg-muh, dog- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dogma

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Where was the formula, the dogma, that would satisfy the hopes of the mankind of to-day?

I will yield nothing, whether in discipline, or in rite, or in dogma.

And, once again, forms are of no importance; it is sufficient that dogma should remain.

He laid down this dogma as the necessary basis of any reform by persuasion.

His transgression had destroyed his faith, and then dogma had tottered.

He stood fast by his good old Prussian dogma, as outlined in “I am a Prussian!”

The best solution is to have no dogma at all in the school-room.

Under the dominion of this dogma, education was absolutely forbidden him.

He asks, not whether a dogma is true, but whether it is amusing or quaint.

He cannot adopt any dogma unreservedly, but neither does any dogma repel him.

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