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  • a  of or relating to a creed

  • And there an internationaland inter-credaltask force of scholars takes over, trying to fit the fragments together in a vast, incredibly difficult jigsaw puzzle.
  • To these people the theologians apologize for the "tragic faults" of dogmatic denominationalism, for credal, ritual and other church abuses.
  • It cuts across all sectarian lines and transcends all credal boundaries.

  • Victoria Matthews in Anglican Church of Canada
    The commission, chaired by Bishop Victoria Matthews of Edmonton, concluded, in its report released in 2005, "that the blessing of same-sex unions is a matter of doctrine but is not core doctrine in the sense of being credal."

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