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Dogma is an established belief, doctrine or theological tenets.
Dogma may also refer to:
- Central dogma of molecular biology
- Dogma (Roman Catholic), the concept of dogma from a Roman Catholic perspective
- Dogma (film), a 1999 film by Kevin Smith
- Dogma (studio), a Japanese adult video company
- DOGMA (Developing Ontology-Grounded Methods and Applications), a computer science research project
- Dogme 95 or simply Dogme or Dogma, a manifesto about filmmaking aesthetics
- The Dogma, an Italian metal band
- Dogma (Tall Dwarfs album)
- Dogma: Music from the Motion Picture, a soundtrack album from the 1999 film
- "Dogma", a song by Marilyn Manson from Portrait of an American Family
- "Dogma", a spoken-word track by KMFDM from Xtort
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