—Compare the French expression for a heretic, sentir le fagot.
The debate as to whether he was orthodox or heretic continues today.
“These words, 'atheist,' 'heretic,' words which no one can precisely define, threw doubts into some minds.
Mainstream churches have called him a heretic, and his followers have sometimes lashed out violently to defend him.
Marcion of Pontus, (flourished 2nd century ce), , Christian heretic.
Cyril of Alexandria pronounced his 12 anathemas against the heretic Nestorius.
Joan of Arc was captured by the English and their French collaborators and tried as a heretic.
In her latest work, “Heretic”, Ms Hirsi Ali shifts her position and argues that Islam is capable of modernising reform.
He left a copy of his clean criminal record on his chest, with a note reading “I am not a heretic”, local media reported.
…Emperor Charles V passed the Edict of Worms, which banned Luther’s writings and declared him a heretic and an enemy of the state.
Marcion, a 2nd-century Christian heretic, inferred from the evil in phenomena that the creator was bad and held that a “stranger god” had come to…
…fell victim to disputes between Roman Catholics and the followers of the Bohemian religious reformer Jan Hus, who was burned as a heretic in 1415.
His theological dissertation On the Incarnation of the Lord, written against the heretic Nestorius at the request of Pope Leo I, is an inferior work.
A hero to many of the Germans but a heretic to others, Luther soon left Worms and spent the next nine months in hiding in the Wartburg, near Eisenach.
Forming an intention to believe could constitute doing his best on the part of the heretic, and God would reward such an intention with the grace necessary for conversion to the belief.
With religious intolerance mounting in France, in 1628 Descartes moved to Holland, a tolerant society in which he was freer to pursue new ways of thinking without being persecuted as a heretic.
After an overloaded ferry sank in 2014, killing more than 300 people, South Koreans were shocked to learn that the ferry company was controlled by a religious leader who had been shunned as a heretic by mainstream churches.
One might have thought that Philippe Manière, whose 1998 book “The French Blindness” was an influential manifesto for radical pro-market change, would be pleased with Sarkozy’s election; he is, instead, a doubter, even a heretic.
It has to change – not because we’re all a bit embarrassed about inviting Stephen Fry on Irish telly and then casting him, without his permission, as a heretic in a medieval docudrama – but because the church should have no place in politics.
His Tractatus VII (1609), a series of seven treatises on political and moral subjects, including a defense of the heretic Arias Montano, was published in Cologne but banned by the Inquisition, and Mariana was imprisoned for a year and forced to do penance.
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