nondogmatic

nondogmatic

(ˌnɒndɒɡˈmætɪk)
adj
not related to dogma, esp in religion
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Adopting the nondogmatic Christianity of Grotius and Anglican Arminians such as Jeremy Taylor and John Tillotson, (20) to whom he refers with approval, Mandeville on several occasions calls for tolerance and individual responsibility in theological matters.
Thus, a concise, nondogmatic approach of curious questioning can quickly and effectively introduce free market principles to the uninitiated.
The authors refer to the diet as nondogmatic and flexible.
According to the editors of Antipode's 2012 special issue dealing with anarchism, anarchist ideas deserve full consideration for the building of a social and plural geography, producing nondogmatic knowledge engaged with social struggles (Springer et al, 2012).
Educational innovation has also aimed at the study of Islam itself through the updating of teaching methods and the introduction of nondogmatic and contextual approaches.
Doran has developed this into the category of nondogmatic, nondoctrinal elemental meanings also constitutive of Christianity ("Bernard Lonergan and the Functions of Systematic Theology," Theological Studies 59 [1998] 569-607, at 578-79; and What Is Systematic Theology?
Several examples have already suggested the importance attached by the Mardistes to the effects of their nondogmatic or dialogic styles of communication.
The French combat method that constituted the army's intellectual framework consisted of a dedication to offensive operations culminating in an assault, the formation of an infantry army with nonspecialized units, a linear and noncontiguous view of the battlefield, a desire to combine the effects of all the auxiliary combat arms into the main infantry battle, and the adoption of nondogmatic tactics.
This reveals Schwartz to be not only an insightful and nondogmatic reader of Sholern Aleichem, whose Tevye is already a flexible and ever changing hero, but again a Jewish intellectual at the crossroads of return and ambivalence".
From the 1960s until his death, Siegelaub seems to have been resolutely practical and nondogmatic, and almost maddeningly mobile.
Her encounters with art have taught her to understand and accept life in nonprescriptive and nondogmatic, hybrid and generous, ways.
It's very nondogmatic," Wojcik said, during a break from his field work on the Yucat[sz]n.