- Someone who— unlike me—had never condemned him.
- He condemned the folks who got creative with faith, like Marcus and his followers, who spoke in prophecies and had visions of a feminine divinity clothed in the letters of the Greek alphabet.
- He condemned the groups that swore by only one gospel—like the Ebionites, who were attached to Matthew; or the Marcionites, who studied only Luke.
There are no more uses of "condemn" in Change of Heart by Picoult.
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