Heretics vs Heresy - What's the difference?

heretics | heresy |


As an adjective heretics

is .

As a noun heresy is

(religion) a doctrine held by a member of a religion at variance with established religious beliefs, especially dissension from roman catholic dogma.

heretics

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Noun

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    heresy

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    (wikipedia heresy)

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    Noun

    (heresies)
  • (religion) A doctrine held by a member of a religion at variance with established religious beliefs, especially dissension from Roman Catholic dogma.
  • * 1968 , History of Western Civilization, edited by Heyes, Baldwin & Cole, p.47. Macmillan. Library of Congress 67–13596
  • Heresy meant deliberate departure from the accepted doctrines of the church. It was intellectual and spiritual dissent and concerned the beliefs of Christianity, not the morals of its adherents.
  • A controversial or unorthodox opinion held by a member of a group, as in politics, philosophy or science.
  • See also

    * schism * Arianism * monophysism * Nestorianism * Pelagianism

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