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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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On Heresy, Brand, 61, said: "Why bother with a milkshake when you could get some battery acid?
'Governor Ortom regards the inscription as heresy as he would never at any time equate himself with Jesus Christ.
[USA], Sep 28 ( ANI ): Donald Sutherland is all set to feature in Giuseppe Capotondi's directorial, 'The Burnt Orange Heresy'.
On one end of this argument is the staunch skeptic Mark Gregory Pegg, who asserts that "between the Rhone and Garonne Rivers in the twelfth century there was no Catharism and there was no 'heresy of the good men and women'" (38).
The heresy emerges because the unspoken calculation that endures behind dual-use research of concern assumes that it is, on balance, worth pursuing.
Critique: Using the examples of Joseph Smith and Irenaeus, Professor Powell has organized his seminal study into two major sections: The Role of Heresy: Social and Doctrinal Impact (1.
If anything, Thomism was a candidate to be a "Catholic heresy" among the anti-Thomist Molinists.
Ateek's references to Christian heresy, tribalism and racial exclusivity all seem to me to be name-calling at the very least.
Moores thesis that heresy was the product of a 'persecuting society', by focusing on the political background of particular cases.
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.
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.
Simplicius on the planets and their motions; in defense of a heresy.
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.