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Adjective (comparative = more adogmatic, superlative = most adogmatic)

A quality of rejecting dogma in all forms. An aversion to stubbornly adhering to insufficiently proven beliefs; and those persons who feel that they must.

*Note* Similar but distinct from Atheist, Antitheist, Agnostic! This regards dogma specifically. An adogmatic person might have belief in ~ or open mind regarding ~ preternatural matters... but will NEVER go on a jihad \ crusade \ killing spree - or persecute anyone over superstitious trivia.

Synonyms: Open-minded, thoughtful, thinker, free-thinker, intellectually active, unbrainwashed.

From Latin (a-), “‘without’”) + dogma ('philosophical tenet'), from Ancient Greek δόγμα ('opinion, tenet')

LIKELY adogmatists: Christopher Hitchins, God, Bill Maher, The Great Atheismo, Dennis Miller, Jon Stewart, Jesus of Nazareth, Richard Dawkins, Albert Einstein .....
Oh, he's so adogmatic that he refuses to join our crusade against the heretics that use the words "debt" and "debtors" in The Lord's Prayer!!!

Please understand, I am adogmatic. I don't care about virgin births, throwing salt over a shoulder, or who was "daddy's favourite" hundreds of years ago! Can we discuss things that matter - and can be defined - in a sensible manner? ... Didn't think so. Peace. *walks away sadly*
by —thoughtstorms— February 28, 2010
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