heretic


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Synonyms for heretic

Synonyms for heretic

a person who dissents from the doctrine of an established church

Synonyms for heretic

a person who holds religious beliefs in conflict with the dogma of the Roman Catholic Church

a person who holds unorthodox opinions in any field (not merely religion)

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TICKETS The Heretic, The Lowry, Salford Quays until October 13.
The heretics Art Kleiner writes about here aren't corporate malcontents or renegades who desert some soulless corporation to propound a better path.
Out of that event came a helpful little book called Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously published by our friends at Educational Heretics Press (www.
in the works of Tertullian and Irenaeus," the heretics have been the victims of a bad press campaign that has sprung, ultimately, from the "perspectives shaped by the Inquisition.
No--Jacob Frank, the great Jewish heretic of the 18th century.
The book, whose title is a play on the senator's 1960 manifesto The Conscience of a Conservative, was conceived as a collaboration between Goldwater and the Nixon administration's most famous heretic.
In her second book, Karen Sullivan undertakes a study of the figure of the heretic in the eleventh through fourteenth centuries.
A WORLD ON FIRE: A Heretic, an Aristocrat, and the Race to Discover Oxygen JOE JACKSON
Ross Slotten's The Heretic In Darwin's Court: The Life Of Alfred Russel Wallace (0231130104, $39.
With Danger Over disappointing since Ascot in July and probably better over seven, the three to concentrate on are Heretic, Jazz Messenger and Cornelius.
For some heretic like me to come in and tell them how to build a neighborhood-what did I know?
Yet Reznikoff's The Lionhearted and Weinstein's The Heretic share more than detailing the lives of Jews whose pain preceded the horror of the Tisha B'Av expulsions in England and in Spain.
It extended From Heretic (1929), touchingly danced by Fang-Yi Sheu, to Maple Leaf Rag (1990).
DRAW your weapons and prepare to play Heretic II, Activision's new PC title which is poised to take action/adventure into another dimension.