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  • v. Present participle of hereticate.


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  • “orthodoxy” which does not stand a whit behind the intolerance of former and much despised ages in its hereticating of dissenters, and an authority-faith in the so-called “heroes” of contemporary science, which exalts the pretentions of the said science to infallibility in exact proportion as it is zealous against a real faith in the Scriptures, and tramples their claims into the dust.

    Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics.


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