Dogmatizer


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Dog´ma`ti`zer


n.1.One who dogmatizes; a bold asserter; a magisterial teacher.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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His trial, according to Richard Greenleaf, "was carried on without legal irregularities and the cacique was convicted upon ample evidence of being a heretical dogmatizer." Nonetheless, Zumarraga was replaced by Inquisitor Tello de Sandoval who "became interested in paganism and religious syncretism in the wider context."(58) In order to maintain the security of religion, the Inquisitors of New Spain had to be willing to accept people where they were.
Not dogmatizers, not judges, only witnesses to the Gospel of unconditional love.