He changed how the people of his time engaged God, editing a theology that was often portrayed harshly and dogmatically.
Ethically, mystically, he was always a Christian; dogmatically he knew not what he was.
"I don't believe you can put the blame on him so dogmatically," Somers replied.
Spirit is breath—so she dogmatically affirmed—and when a man breathes out his last breath his spirit leaves his body.
The boy thought as dogmatically as though he were one of his own ancestors.
Opinions are readily and dogmatically launched, and to reverse them wounds pride.
I resist no such idea as long as it is not dogmatically imposed.
She is placid, satisfied, dogmatically religious, and inclined to platitudes and missionary work.
The answer to this question must not be hastily or dogmatically given.
"Children are not afraid of the dark until they are told to be," I declared as dogmatically as possible.