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cree·dal

also cre·dal  (krēd′l)
adj.
Of or relating to a creed.
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Adj.1.creedal - of or relating to a creed
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It was one of these creedally orthodox nonfundamentalists, a colleague of my father's, who, when I was sixteen, first made me aware of Re-thinking Missions.
Anti-League positions similar to the dispensationalists' were also sketched on the nondispensationalist, creedally oriented, and theologically more traditional side of fundamentalism.
15) High church Mennonite--whether it suggested a frictionless alliance or a call for Mennonites to become more creedally self-conscious, liturgically sophisticated and sacramentally inclined--seemed to point in the exact opposite direction.