Definition for word doctrine.
Doctrine Doc"trine, n. [F. doctrine, L. doctrina, fr. doctor.
1. Teaching; instruction.
He taught them many things by parables, and said
unto them in his doctrine, Hearken. -- Mark iv. 2.
2. That which is taught; what is held, put forth as true, and
supported by a teacher, a school, or a sect; a principle
or position, or the body of principles, in any branch of
knowledge; any tenet or dogma; a principle of faith; as,
the doctrine of atoms; the doctrine of chances. ``The
doctrine of gravitation.' --I. Watts.
Articles of faith and doctrine. -- Hooker.
The Monroe doctrine (Politics), a policy enunciated by
President Monroe (Message, Dec. 2, 1823), the essential
feature of which is that the United States will regard as
an unfriendly act any attempt on the part of European
powers to extend their systems on this continent, or any
interference to oppress, or in any manner control the
destiny of, governments whose independence had been
acknowledged by the United States.
Syn: Precept; tenet; principle; maxim; dogma.
Usage: -- Doctrine, Precept. Doctrine denotes whatever is
recommended as a speculative truth to the belief of
others. Precept is a rule down to be obeyed. Doctrine
supposes a teacher; precept supposes a superior, with
a right to command. The doctrines of the Bible; the
precepts of our holy religion.
Unpracticed he to fawn or seek for power By
doctrines fashioned to the varying hour. --
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) is a codification
or a body of teaching
s or instructions, taught principles
or positions, as the
- military doctrine
is the expression
of how military forces contribute
s, major operation
s, and engagement
- the church maintains
that the doctrine
that it presents
is infallible within
the church there
- the christian doctrine
of the trinity- defines
god as three divine persons
, the son (jesus ), and the holy
- the monroe doctrine
was a policy
of the united states introduced
2, 1823. the doctrine noted
that the united states would
- the council
of nicaea rejected theologies
that entirely ruled
out any humanity
in christ, affirming
in the nicene creed
- the thirty-nine articles
are the historically defining statements
of the church
- a legal doctrine
is a framework, set of rules, procedural
steps, or test, often established through precedent
in the common
law , through
is a doctrine codified
in the 19th century
by the french educator allan kardec
- in jainism dharma refers
to the teachings
of the jinas
and the body of doctrine pertaining
to the purification
and moral transformation