Noncreedal and undogmatic services are produced by writing the liturgy of the service in “multivalent” (equivocal) language. Multivalent language is a technical term, and means language that espouses no single theological creed or dogma. Thus multivalent services do not express a particular theological viewpoint. Rather, they use language as a vehicle to communicate information and inspiration in such a manner that the participant is free to fill creatively her or his mind and heart with whatever theological content is desired.