dogmatics, a systematic arrangement of the articles of Christian faith (dogmas), or the branch of theology that deals with them.
The Avesta, then, is not a system of dogmatics, but a book of worship.
Lipsius wrote principally on dogmatics and the history of early Christianity from a liberal and critical standpoint.
Nanny adhered to the dogmatics, and inferred, from reason and nature, that heat was the best application for driving away cold.
In the hymns he is losing his definite character and becoming an abstraction, a god of dogmatics rather than of history.
It isnt ichthyology; it is dogmatics, which is still more difficult and tangled up.
dogmatics, systematics, dialectics were what everybody wanted.
Therefore it is perhaps possible to put the temerity of the dogmatics to shame in aetiology by these Tropes.