Doctrinal [adjective]

Definition of Doctrinal:

accepted, traditional

Opposite/Antonyms of Doctrinal:

Sentence/Example of Doctrinal:

(b) It has a religious mission and a doctrinal propaganda—which has also been invariably denied.

It is the misery of doctrinal Church standards that they necessarily rule so much of a man's thinking.

To say the truth, there lay at the bottom of her doctrinal system this stable corner-stone,Mr. Scudder used to believe it,I will.

The argumentative force of the passage being admitted, its doctrinal import deserves attention.

But before he follows up his doctrinal discourse with practical precepts he once more reproves the Galatians.

Up to this point Paul has been occupied with the doctrinal aspect of the apostasy of the Galatians.

It is customary with Paul to lay the doctrinal foundation first and then to build on it the gold, silver, and gems of good deeds.

All doctrinal writings contain something appertaining to a period older than that of their composition.

They saw little doctrinal difference between the new prayer and the old.

Its doctrinal starting point is found in the nature and destiny of the individual.