system of belief

See: doctrine
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Religion is the belief in and worship of a god or gods, or any system of belief and worship.
This dogmatic system of belief by desperate politicians to wind up people into hysteria to satisfy their political aims is dangerous and ill-advised.
In Pakistan, the common man's economic survival is driven by a strong system of belief, which may not be fully understandable phenomenon for many economists.
His approach aims to discover the historical meanings of the texts and their function for individuals, rather than to reconstruct a system of belief.
Miko writes that many insults have been directed against his system of belief but he did not go out to burn mosques and attack the source of insults.
The stimulating dialog expose the reader to exciting, behind the scenes, drama and provide interesting insight into the conflict being experienced within the Catholic Church, their rigid adherence to traditions, their system of belief, and the power of the Pope.
Nighy said: "He was wonderful to work with, exemplary and I would have no idea what his system of belief was any more if he was a Jewish man or he had embraced Islam.
The space goes to them, and I am left to practice my ethical system of belief alone in my cell.
She was raised in a system of belief called Candomble, a combined system of Catholicism and African tradition.
These kind of dreadful crimes can only be perpetrated by abusers who have quite an unusual system of belief.
Perhaps some of your readers would care to discern within your columns which system of belief carries a ring of equality for all and integrity.
If we can agree upon belief system and system of belief as arbitrary-but-useful to-me terms, we should also welcome to the fold terms such as model, paradigm, and world view.

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