• WordNet 3.6
    • adj undogmatic unwilling to accept authority or dogma (especially in religion)
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Undogmatic un-dog-mat′ik not dogmatic.
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  • Ellen Key
    Ellen Key
    “Art, that great undogmatized church.”


In literature:

Mr. Warner was the most undogmatic of idealists, the most winning of teachers.
"The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner" by Charles Dudley Warner
His Christianity, though undogmatic, was real and pervasive, and his love for nature was a devotion.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII" by John Lord
He proposed to establish a "civil religion" which was to be a sort of undogmatic Christianity.
"A History of Freedom of Thought" by John Bagnell Bury
Lessing learned from the Moravians the undogmatic essence of religion.
"Edward Caldwell Moore" by Edward Moore
Art remains an undogmatic religion.
"Art" by Clive Bell
The outstanding feature of these conspicuous manifestations of American religious life is that they have been absolutely undogmatic.
"Religion and the War" by Various