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

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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.
With the possible exception of Modernism, the heresies he has chosen effectively illustrate his argument, covering the breadth of Christian history.
130-202) as the greatest Christian theologian since the time of the apostles, and his main work, Against Heresies, as profoundly significant.
Historically effective and powerful heresies are not simply assertions deriving from stupidity, obstinacy and inadequate information.
Scholem's antipathy to both heresies is more complex, but nevertheless is presented as a plausible reading of his thought development.
The generation of scholars since Anne Hudson's The Premature Reformation (1988) have largely come to imagine an insular English church, largely untroubled by continental heresies, but which faced a solitary challenge to orthodoxy in the last decades of the fourteenth century with the rise to prominence of the Oxford theologian John Wyclif and his followers, the Lollards.
The heresies vary, from Bogomil's 'dualism' or Wyclif's proto-Lutheranism, from views about God and life to criticisms of the Church.
heresies among you, that they which are approved may be made manifest .
749), who, living within Muslim domains, had the freedom to write against the heresies of Byzantine iconoclasm, which at the time was the official policy of the patriarchate in Constantinople, also apparently had the freedom to write against Islam.
Edited by Douglas Kenyon, the editor and publisher of the bimonthly journal "Atlantis Rising", Forbidden Religion: Suppressed Heresies of the West is an expose of hidden religions banned by the orthodox Church, from the time prior to Christ to the turbulent times of the Cathars and the Templars, to the Masons of the New World and much more.
This effort is mirrored by those of Christian heresiologists who define and label heresies.
The general tenor of the report could not have been unexpected, since Reuter, co-author of the 2001 book Drug War Heresies, is a well-known drug policy skeptic.
Zarqawi enumerates several of these liberal heresies, but the first and clearly the most important from his point of view is freedom of religion.
Living, Loving, And Other Heresies is a work of prose and poetry by Zsolt, a gifted author, musician, dancer and teacher.
But for many other theologians, the hyperbole, historical inaccuracies, sloppy or nonexistent scholarship, and the presentation of church heresies as truth make any serious consideration of the book appalling.