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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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Gaillardetz, who has written several books on the practice of authority in Catholicism, said the writers accusing Francis of heresy presuppose a "troubling" ecclesiology, or theology of the nature and structure of the church.
The heresy emerges because the unspoken calculation that endures behind dual-use research of concern assumes that it is, on balance, worth pursuing.
He begins with Jean Carreyre's definition from 1924 in the Dictionnaire de theologie catholique--"a unique heresy that always wanted to remain within the Church despite repeated condemnations by the Holy See"--and rehearses other scholarly appraisals that are inclined toward interpreting Jansenism as a Catholic reform movement (389).
Moores thesis that heresy was the product of a 'persecuting society', by focusing on the political background of particular cases.
The population added that "the organization Daash prevents people from visiting the graves because they say it is heresy.
He discusses the heresy of non-homocentric aetherial motion, the heretical rejection of all hypotheses, and Simplicius as apologist and historian.
The author of this book has produced an important new study of heresy and the forces arrayed against it during the high Middle Ages in Europe.
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.
Heresy takes as its basis the idea that Jesus was truly God in the flesh.
Those comments on Chavez's return with Christ were heresy," Ayatollah Ahmad Janati, the hardline chief of the influential Guardians Council, told worshippers at Friday prayers in Tehran.
Summary: Druze Sheikh Nasreddine al-Gharib criticized the newly elected Druze Spiritual Council Friday for including seven women among its 90 members, calling their presence heresy.
Is it possible to rearticulate the discourse on heresy that historical, juridical, and theological studies have developed?
Talking backstage at the National Television Awards about the row which has seen Andy Gray and Richard Keys leave the channel, he said: "We've arrived at a stage where you actually can be busted by heresy by thought, which is a terrifying place to live.
Narrator A: Soon after, the Inquisition formally declares that the writings of Copernicus are heresy.
Heresy and Identity in Late Antiquity, edited by Eduard Iricinschi and Holger M.