doctrinal statement

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2) On November 23, 1992, General Colin Powell signed a memorandum (CM-1502-92, Subject: A Doctrinal Statement of Selected Joint Operational Concepts) that formalized an accompanying paper titled A Doctrinal Statement of Selected Joint Operational Concepts.
The college initially suspended her for a semester and asked her to reaffirm its doctrinal statement but now says it is unsatisfied with her doctrinal justifications for her remarks.
These twelve statements were already included in the previous GBA doctrinal statement of 1905.
Could not a good case be made that it would be ill-advised for the CDF to ever issue a doctrinal notification before first explicitly consulting the PBC to ensure that the biblical foundations for that doctrinal statement were sound and rendered explicit?
Some might say that if the Church can change one doctrinal statement into a pastoral statement to suit the times why cannot it change other doctrinal statements--even those forbidding contraception, homosexuality and abortion--to agree with the times.
This is not a doctrinal statement but a visual experience; perhaps Thomas wants to remind us of faith's affective dimension.
Although Gustav Vasa did not permit the promulgation of a doctrinal statement, both the Swedish and Danish kingdoms made the care of the church central concerns of kingship.
Wary of people parroting doctrinal statement, they show us how to live a fuller, better life.
As such, it presupposes the conventional understanding of "confession" as a doctrinal statement that Christians adopt as an authoritative expression of their faith.
The Scriptures shall be interpreted according to their normal grammatical-historical meaning, and all issues of interpretation and meaning shall be determined by the preacher," the Courier Mail quoted Grizzard as explaining in the Parish doctrinal statement.
This led to the imposition of a doctrinal statement by the ruler, Elector Johann Friedrich II.
In Part 1 they tell how Islam got started: Muhammad's visions and writings, the organizational structure and subsequent divisions, the official doctrinal statement of Islam, and then the relationship between the Qur'an and Christianity.