Meaning of doctrinally in English:


Pronunciation /dɒkˈtrʌɪnəli/


See doctrinal

‘That is where a different way of thinking, less doctrinally liberal, less fundamentalist and more pluralist, is required.’
  • ‘His work has advanced the church on a course that was institutionally and doctrinally unimaginable even forty years ago.’
  • ‘Still, various groups differ in their understanding of what specific texts have been explicitly or doctrinally judged as constituting Scripture.’
  • ‘Paul prays that the Colossian Christians will be doctrinally sound, morally upright, spiritually resilient and habitually thankful.’
  • ‘In the end, his position came much closer doctrinally to those of his Southern Baptist constituency than to those of more liberal positions.’