- dogmatic theology
- Dogmatic theology is that branch of theology that is devoted to a historical critical examination and explanation of the dogmata and official doctrines of the Church.
Glossary of theological terms. John T. Ford. 2014.
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Dogmatic Theology — • That part of theology which treats of the theoretical truths of faith concerning God and His works Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Dogmatic Theology Dogmatic Theology … Catholic encyclopedia
Dogmatic theology — is that part of theology dealing with the theoretical truths of faith concerning God and his works, especially the official theology recognized by an organized Church body, such as the Roman Catholic Church, Dutch Reformed Church, etc. At times,… … Wikipedia
Dogmatic theology — dogmatic dog*mat ic (d[o^]g*m[a^]t [i^]k), dogmatical dog*mat ic*al (d[o^]g*m[a^]t [i^]*kal), a. [L. dogmaticus, Gr. dogmatiko s, fr. do gma: cf. F. dogmatique.] 1. Pertaining to a dogma, or to an established and authorized doctrine or tenet.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
dogmatic theology — noun : doctrinal theology that seeks to present the intellectual content of a religious faith and to explicate its meaning from the base of authoritative doctrines generally regarded as derived from revelation : dogmatics … Useful english dictionary
dogmatic theology — noun Date: circa 1766 dogmatics … New Collegiate Dictionary
dogmatic theology — Догматическая теология … Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов
Dogmatic Theology, History of — • Detailed article broken into time periods Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 … Catholic encyclopedia
History of Dogmatic Theology — History of Dogmatic Theology † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of Dogmatic Theology The imposing edifice of Catholic theology has been reared not by individual nations and men, but rather by the combined efforts of all nations and the … Catholic encyclopedia
History of Catholic dogmatic theology — The history of Catholic dogmatic theology divides into three main periods: * the patristic; * the medieval; * the modernPatristic period (about A.D. 100 800)The Fathers of the Church are honoured by the Church as her principal theologians.… … Wikipedia
dogmatic — dog*mat ic (d[o^]g*m[a^]t [i^]k), dogmatical dog*mat ic*al (d[o^]g*m[a^]t [i^]*kal), a. [L. dogmaticus, Gr. dogmatiko s, fr. do gma: cf. F. dogmatique.] 1. Pertaining to a dogma, or to an established and authorized doctrine or tenet. [1913… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English