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They are merely ostracized and labeled heretics or false teachers.
The President of the United States putting a heretic on stage who claims to believe in Jesus, but does not really believe in Jesus, risks leading others astray .
To read the Heretic Queen is, unfortunately, to enter into a historiographical time warp.
No Heretic ran a great race at Goodwood and will be ideally suited to a track like York.
I have great time when I am over there and just love Snowdonia," he smiles The Heretic shared the Evening Standard Award for Best New Play in 2011 with Richard Bean's equally successful but very different One Man, Two Guvnors.
A hundred years later, the Knights Templar suffered a similar fate here, also for not renouncing their so-called heretic faith.
If the Prophet Moha= mmed had asked me to deem Christians or Jews heretics, I would have deemed = Mohammed himself a heretic," Sheikh Ahmed Hassoun, the Mufti of Syria, was = quoted as telling a delegation of American academics visiting Damascus.
Catholic knights received these orders before they stormed the walls of the heretic city of Beziers in 1209.
The heretic movement, Kleiner writes, was spawned by a complex set of idea: "new types of engineering and social-science practice, in humanistic psychology and role-playing theory, in the experience of anti-Nazi resistance fighters, in the models of systems engineers and in the counterculture of the 1960s.
Roland Meighan, author, former Special Professor of Education at Nottingham University, a specialist on learning systems, and self-described "educational heretic.
A heretic is someone who has opinions against the flow of the majority.
The New Inquisitions: Heretic Hunting and the Intellectual Origins of Modern Totalitarianism, by Arthur Versluis (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006).