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- What didn't fit this equation became heretical—if you weren't worshipping the right way, you were out.
- He shook his head, but stopped short of calling me a heretic.
- He was a famous orthodox Christian historian whose text The Prescription Against Heretics was a forerunner of the Nicene Creed.
- Thanks to Shay, my supervising priest thinks I'm a heretic.
- Do you think you're a heretic?
- "Does any heretic?" he said.
- Through a series of editorial decisions, they were excluded— and considered heresy by the early Christian church.
- He's a heretic.
- Well, in spite of how Maggie introduced you, you don't seem like a heretic to me.
- I'm sure you already know that heresy comes from the Greek word for choice.
- Namely, we learned that they were heresy.
- Anyone who'd had limited religious instruction or a thorough college education knew about the Catholic Church and its role in politics and history—not to mention the heresies that had been squelched over the centuries.
- It was easy to see why, in seminary, this had been taught as heresy: the basis of Christianity was that there was only one God, and He was so different from man that the only way to reach Him was through Jesus.
- The biggest heresies are the ones that scare the Church to death.
- They called their gospels heresy, and the Nag Hammadi texts were hidden for two thousand years.
There are no more uses of "heresy" in Change of Heart by Picoult.
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