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Synonyms for heresy

Synonyms for heresy

any opinions or doctrines at variance with the official or orthodox position

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Speaking of heresy, reminds me, doctor--I've brought back that book you lent me--that Natural Law in the Spiritual World--I didn't read more'n a third of it.
Their religion was of a simple, semi-pagan kind, but there was no heresy in it,--if heresy properly means choice,--for they didn't know there was any other religion, except that of chapel-goers, which appeared to run in families, like asthma.
The essays began as papers given at a symposium in Wurzburg in 2011 that queried Jansenism as a "Catholic heresy.
Ateek's references to Christian heresy, tribalism and racial exclusivity all seem to me to be name-calling at the very least.
In the same issue, Alice Camille's article on heresy ("The good news about heresy," Testaments) was bang on.
Mosul / NINA / Daash elements prevented the people of Mosul to visit the graves, noting that the visit of the graves in the Islamic state laws is a heresy.
Skirting Heresy reads like an historical adventure novel, filled with romance, intrigue, bravery, and betrayal.
Detailed refutations of the heresies and errors of de Chardin are found in such books as Teilhardism and the New Religion--A Thorough Analysis of the Teachings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (Tan Books) and Theistic Evolution: The Teilhardian Heresy (Angelico Press), both by Dr.
To assert that a good person who has lead a moral life could enter heaven without being a Christian is actually regarded as a heresy by the Catholic Church; the so-called "Pelagian heresy" named after the British priest of the dark ages who dared advocate it.
Moore in his latest book, The War on Heresy, argues persuasively that heresy itself was not an epiphenomenon of the High and Late Middle Ages.
While these writers view Milton and heresy from a multitude of perspectives, they are all linked by the common belief that Milton not only rejected set beliefs, but that he also regarded uncertainty as fundamental to human existence.
Milton and Heresy is a battleground, the essays probing along the front lines of Milton's heretical thinking and the current critical malaise that looks for safety in conventionality.
Burrus's penetrating study has substantially revised the categories employed to understand this enigmatic figure, and in doing so has convincingly redrawn his visage, giving us along the way a fascinating account of the construction of a heretic and a heresy.
The contributors, all well-respected academics and clerics, confront both ancient and recent speculation about what Jesus did and taught, who his disciples and first popes were, and how they came to discern heresy in the tumultuous couple of hundred years after BC became AD.