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  • n. Plural form of heresiarch.

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Examples

  • While Infancy Thomas was rebuked by a few heresiarchs, the Protegangelion never was called heretical that I know of.

    Jesus and Tom Riddle as Children

  • The first Hegelians, Hegel himself, must have known what they were doing, but after the first, like any heresy, the heresiarchs know, but those who follow them don't necessarily know.

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  • The Romans in the earlier ages had neither fathers of the church nor heresiarchs.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Happy would man be if all the disputers of the world, if heresiarchs, submitted with so much moderation, such magnanimous mildness, as the great archbishop of Cambray, who had no desire to be an heresiarch!

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • For another category, what if one of the indices for the cards were “Orthodoxy,” imagined on a scale of zero to seven, with zero assigned to real heresiarchs (Arius, Marcion) and seven to theologians whose contributions amount to defining orthodoxy (Augustine, Irenaeus).

    AKMA’s Random Thoughts

  • Accordingly, the heresiarchs and their followers rejected worldly possessions or power and chose to lead lives of apostolic poverty.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Accordingly, the heresiarchs and their followers rejected worldly possessions or power and chose to lead a life of apostolic poverty.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Symbol of the apostles in the mass for pope Marcellus, the voices blended, singing alone loud in affirmation: and behind their chant the vigilant angel of the church militant disarmed and menaced her heresiarchs.

    Ulysses

  • It has given up its more dignified work, the punishment of powerful traitors in the State and powerful heresiarchs in the Church.

    The Man Who Was Thursday

  • So might have smiled some carefree deacon in the colonnaded schools of fifth-century Alexandria and struck dumb the heresiarchs.

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