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Definition of Antidogmatic
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Literary usage of Antidogmatic
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1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1909)
"He was an antidogmatic dogmatist. More solid ground was taken by Herbert Marsh (1757-1839), bishop of Peterborough. He issued a translation of Michaelis' ..."
2. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1915)
"... and with his undogmatic prepossessions he becomes almost antidogmatic in tendency. The Apostle describes this faith not as false or feigned, ..."
3. Daniel the Prophet: Nine Lectures, Delivered in the Divinity School of the by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1885)
"Here, however, another antidogmatic prejudice came in. Jeremiah, in these chapters, as was especially hiy wont, embodies language of earlier prophets. ..."
4. A Critical History of Free Thought in Reference to the Christian Religion by Adam Storey Farrar (1863)
"... the phenomenon of inspiration ;"" and in its view of religion is essentially antidogmatic, regarding religion as imperfect and progressive; ..."
5. Theological Propædeutic: A General Introduction to the Study of Theology by Philip Schaff, Samuel Macauley Jackson (1893)
"But there are negative and antidogmatic as well as positive and dogmatic prejudices. Strauss and Renan wrote their Lives of Jesus with the philosophical ..."
6. France To-day: Its Religious Orientation by Paul Sabatier (1913)
"... for the Catholic or Protestant faith to characterise our country districts, it is just as exceptional for them to lean towards an antidogmatic attitude. ..."