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dog·mat·ics

 (dôg-măt′ĭks, dŏg-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of religious dogmas, especially those of a Christian church.
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dogmatics

(dɒɡˈmætɪks)
n
(Education) (functioning as singular) the study of religious dogmas and doctrines. Also called: dogmatic theology or doctrinal theology
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dog•mat•ics

(dɔgˈmæt ɪks, dɒg-)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
the study of religious doctrines, esp. of the Christian church.
[1835–45]
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References in classic literature ?
"It isn't ichthyology; it is dogmatics, which is still more difficult and tangled up.
"Dogmatics is quite beyond me, quite; so I am not competing.
(Psalm 22.1) - Jesus'terrible cry of dereliction on the Cross (Mark 15.34).TomTorrance my Dogmatics professor used to tell us that the script for Calvary in words and actions could be found in the OldTestament.
His own graduate theological training (in dogmatics and patristics) took place at the University of Athens, with post-doctoral study in Paris.
Among the texts are Karl Barth: Church Dogmatics, Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologica, Nancy C.
Subdisciplines of systematic theology are dogmatics, ethics and philosophy of religion.
This is the fourth volume in the Tubingen edition of the writings of Johann Sebastian Drey, who was one of the most significant German Catholic theologians in the areas of theological method (Enzyklopadie), apologetics, and dogmatics. This volume includes materials from his early phase in seminary education and as the central founding figure of the Catholic theological faculty at Tubingen University.
Outline of Christian Doctrine: An Evangelical Dogmatics is recommended for scholarly Christian collections and provides a long-overdue translation of the German work of Harle - but scholars should expect more than just a translation, here.
The engagement with Barth and Yoder occupies the first four chapters, allowing Prather to develop a rich exousiology rooted in his Yoderian renovation of Barthian dogmatics. He then turns in a final chapter to an exousiological investigation of Mammon, giving special attention to "disaster capitalism" as displayed in Hurricane-Katrina-ravaged New Orleans.
His massive 13-volume work Church Dogmatics is one of the largest and most profound works of systematic theology ever written.