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heretic

Now chiefly RC Church a person who maintains beliefs contrary to the established teachings of the Church
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It's THERE, and all the infidels and heretics in the world can't argue it away, any more'n they can argue God away.
What really saved you was the fact that you proclaimed yourself a heretic and a barbarian," remarked the Frenchman with a smile.
so that you esteem these but heretics, as effectually lost as the pagans themselves.
A sect of Spanish heretics of the latter part of the
Those with different views or interpretations are considered heretics or false prophets.
He posted a video of White agreeing with a man who said Jesus was not the only son of God alongside an article that called her a "trinity denying heretic.
Shaman Healer Heretic is a unique fantasy novel that is enough different from the current crop of fantasy works to standout.
Heretics Within: Anthony Wotton, John Goodwin, and the Orthodox Divines
After brewing at Heretic earlier this year, Stone Brewmaster Mitch Steele invited Heretic Owner and Brewmaster Jamil Zainasheff to collaborate on a beer to be brewed at Stone.
The 80-year-old, who will play the role of a renegade high sage called Krenze, previously voiced the narrator in Heretic Kingdoms: The Inquisition, which came out in 2005.
Heretic Queen is overwhelmingly based on historical scholarship that was obsolete at least thirty years ago.
Selwyn Duke's article entitled "The Inquisition and Iniquity: Burning Heretics or History?