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heresy

he ruh see

  • n  any opinions or doctrines at variance with the official or orthodox position
  • n  a belief that rejects the orthodox tenets of a religion

  • In some countries the might of the official machinery is brought over a person accused of heresy.
  • When Christians first began spreading their strange new doctrines in 1st century Jerusalem, Rabbi Gamaliel urged the Jews to be lenient and to avoid accusing them of heresy.
  • The target of Benigni's agents was the heresy of modernisma broad term encompassing the efforts of certain scholarly priests and laymen to bring Catholic teaching into line .
News & Articles

  • City Slang: From Hell and Heresy
    Detroit hardcore crew From Hell releases its Heresy album via Paper+Plastick Records on June 25. According to a press release, the record is “Of the heaviest caliber blackened D-beat power violence using unique atmospheric valleys within songs that carry a somber, bleak feeling right to the next wave of vehement bludgeoning. Their sound captures the darkness, anger, and depression reflective of ...
    June 7, 2013 - Detroit Metro Times
Quotes

  • Katharine Jefferts Schori in OneNewsNow
    In her opening address to the church's General Conference in California, Jefferts Schori called that "the great Western heresy: that we can be saved as individuals, that any of us alone can be in right relationship with God."
  • David Dein in Times Online
    It was no secret I favoured Luis Felipe Scolari last time, but everyone said that was heresy,Dein said. "A lot of people wanted an England manager when Sven left. Now public opinion is saying just go for the best. Unfortunately Steve...

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