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Dogma Definition – dogma from Latin sourcing refers to “philosophical tenet”, and from Greek we get “opinion, tenet”. Dogma is a principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true.
What Is Dogma?
Dogma is used frequently in the context of “Religious Dogma”. All of that stuff in the Bible and about Jesus is true because . . . . . . . . . well we said so and we are the authority! Many people feel religion is and has been merely a tool used to control large masses of people. Religious “leaders” use dogma to lecture and scold the masses and in some cases frighten them into gobbling up the dogma and follow the instructions set forth by the religion. Broadway musical sensation The Book Of Mormon does an excellent job of shining light on the hypocrisy and absurdity of religious dogma.
What is The Central Dogma?
The central dogma refer to Molecular Biology. it describes a two stop process involving transcription and translation. This is the process of the information in genes flowing into proteins.
Tool in its epic thriller “Third Eye” states “chasing the tail of dogma” in the lyrics.
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