I really enjoyed (OK, I'm being sarcastic) this line from Clueless:
"Religion without justification is dogma, and dogmas decay and die because they cannot adapt. "
He/she/it [now, Carl...] is truly clueless. Everyone has dogmas. The statement: "Religion without justification is dogma" is dogmatic. It makes a truth claim. That's all dogma is: a truth claim. In Catholicism these claims are backed up by the Church and her authority, granted by Christ. They do not change. They adapt" only to the extent that they are articulated in a way that people
can understand without contradicting or shortchanging the truth they express.