heresy

All Noun Adverb Adjective
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  • These works did not help to clear him of the charge of heresy.
  • And that is just what all heresies do and have always done. Cited from Kingdom of God is within you, by Leo Tolstoy
  • If she had answered yes, then she would have been charged with heresy.
  • His court was famous for its scholars and he was often accused of heresy.
  • Why did heresies develop in the East rather than in the West? Cited from Early European History, By Hutton Webster
  • Perhaps to the same influence may be attributed the spread of religious heresies. Cited from The Church and the Empire, by D. J. Medley
  • Side by side with this great defence were what are known as the Christian heresies. Cited from The Jesus of History, by T. R. Glover
  • He was eventually imprisoned for heresy, where he served a seven-year sentence.
  • This despite violent opposition on the part of a party who accused him of heresy.
  • He was later arrested for heresy and held in jail for close to two years.
  • It is heresy to say I am recovered - I don't need a group.
  • Ever since I've been a little girl my heresies have puzzled my father. Cited from The Vision Splendid, by William MacLeod Raine
  • It was regarded as economic heresy then, but without it the country might not have survived.
  • If heresy ever comes in the teaching, take it to the faculty.
  • The Church and the heresies always used to fight about words, because they are the only things worth fighting about. Cited from The Ball and The Cross, by G.K. Chesterton
  • The heresies of the last century were continued in this, and various new ones arose. Cited from The Freethinker's Text Book, Part II, by Annie Besant
  • Sometimes error is also used to cover both full heresies and minor errors.
  • At the same time, he examined the actual state of the law of heresy.
  • But some more recent masters, thinking to avoid these heresies, through ignorance fell into them. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part III (Tertia Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
  • In modern times, formal heresy has become largely an internal, professional issue for most Christian churches.
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Words starting with heresy

Meaning of heresy

  • noun A belief that rejects the orthodox tenets of a religion