Traducción de doctrinal en Español:


doctrinal, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈdɑktrənl//dɑkˈtraɪn(ə)l//dɒkˈtrʌɪn(ə)l/


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    • The doctrinal orthodoxy of the day was McCarthyism in its final, decaying phase.
    • But then he grew old and ill, and as he declined his doctrinal conservatism seemed to come more and more to the forefront.
    • This doctrinal move conveniently advanced Europe's acquisition of sovereignty over African territory.
    • It is simply not possible to question the doctrinal orthodoxy of the men I profiled in that book.
    • I hear that there is a crisis of biblical and doctrinal authority in the churches.
    • ‘It is not for a secular newspaper to comment on the doctrinal disputes of any religious faith’.
    • They considered a private relationship with God more important than doctrinal precision or correct forms of worship.
    • This is a very important doctrinal change which concerns divorce and remarriage.
    • The first group can include doctrinal provisions that are common to states in a particular region.
    • This is a real doctrinal issue that's being fought right now in the Pentagon.
    • We hope we can be agreeable and not ever become disagreeable in talking about doctrinal matters.
    • He was certainly no British doctrinal conservative, looking to God, natural law, loyalty and duty.
    • This is not simply a doctrinal dispute over what name God is to be called, it is a dispute of who God actually is.
    • There were also doctrinal disputes, and arguments over the nature of papal authority.
    • The errors needed correcting, and besides, this was no time for doctrinal disputes!
    • It seems that doctrinal conservatism, combined with modern techniques in evangelism, is the key to success here.
    • The doctrinal studies are concerned with establishing laws by proving them, some on the basis of others.
    • It was a clear case of contract law and of the doctrinal concerns and legal rights of the church's university.
    • This could be seen as an attempt to influence the doctrinal development of the common law.
    • The reason something can be said to be right or wrong is because the Bible has laid out before us a moral and doctrinal standard that is clear.