antiheretical


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Adj.1.antiheretical - opposed to heresy
orthodox - adhering to what is commonly accepted; "an orthodox view of the world"
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It is as an essayist that Herbert scored his first international success: Barbarian in the Garden (Babarzynca w ogrodzie, 1962), a collection translated into several European languages, was proof of the poet's profound interest in the beginnings of European culture (Lascaux) as well as Greek and Italian art, not omitting the consequences of such antiheretical "internal Crusades" as the war that ended with the extinction of the Cathars.
Jorg Feuchter refiere en <<The Albigensian Crusade, the Dominicans and the Antiheretical Dispositions of the Council>> algunas cuestiones que trato el concilio con motivo del desafio albigense o cataro de Languedoc.
(1.) On Mores antiheretical writings, see Thomas Betteridge, Writing Faith and Telling Tales: Literature, Politics, and Religion in the Work of Thomas More (South Bend, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2013).
1484-1504), recipient of antiheretical epistles from both Archbishop Gennadii of Novgorod (r.
As Daniel Sarefield comments, "On many issues of religion, Constantine set precedents for later Christian emperors." (160) And at the century's end one could learn about the heretics, not by their books, which Christians had burned, but from a new genre of literature--short, distilled, antiheretical handbooks, written by the heretics' enemies--which enabled one to categorize the heretics and to dismiss their errors without considering their arguments.