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Departure from orthodoxyNouns1. heterodoxy, syncretism; sectarianism, nonconformity, unconformity, secularism, denominationalism, cultism; heresy, schism, error, false doctrine; schismaticism, recusancy; backsliding, apostasy, atheism, irreligion.2. bigotry (see obstinacy); fanaticism, zealotry, iconoclasm; hyperorthodoxy, precisianism, bibliolatry, sabbatarianism, puritanism, idolatry; dissent, superstition.3. (religious nonconformist) sectarian, heretic, seceder, separatist, recusant, dissenter, dissident, nonconformist, nonjuror; gentile; zealot, fanatic.4. sect, denomination, faction, division, schism, organization, group, school, church, following, fellowship, ism, faith.Verbs — deviate, stray, err, fall into error.Adjectives — heterodox, sectarian, heretical, denominational, nonconformist, unorthodox, unscriptural, uncanonical, apocryphal; schismatic, recusant, iconoclastic, dissenting, dissident, secular; pantheistic, polytheistic; bigoted, prejudiced, exclusive, narrow, intolerant, fanatical, dogmatical; superstitious, ideological, visionary; idolatrous.Quotations — Orthodoxy is my doxy; heterodoxy is another man's doxy (William Warburton), I am for religion, against religions (Victor Hugo), There is only one religion, though there are a hundred versions of it (G. B. Shaw), Old religious factions are volcanoes burnt out (Edmund Burke), One religion is as true as another (Robert Burton).Antonyms, see religion.
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Heterodoxy — includes any opinions or doctrines at variance with an official or orthodox position . [Definition of orthodoxy from [http://www.cogsci.princeton.edu/cgi bin/webwn2.0?stage=1 word=heterodoxy WordNet] ] As an adjective, heterodox is used to… … Wikipedia
Heterodoxy — Het er*o*dox y, n. [Gr. ?: cf. F. h[ e]t[ e]rodoxie.] An opinion or doctrine, or a system of doctrines, contrary to some established standard of faith, as the Scriptures, the creed or standards of a church, etc.; heresy. Bp. Bull. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
heterodoxy — index disaccord, nonconformity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
heterodoxy — 1650s, from Gk. heterodoxia вЂњerror of opinion,вЂќ from heterodoxos (see HETERODOX (Cf. heterodox)) … Etymology dictionary
heterodoxy — [het′ər ōdäk΄sē] n. pl. heterodoxies [Gr heterodoxia] 1. the quality or fact of being heterodox 2. a heterodox belief or doctrine … English World dictionary
Heterodoxy — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Sectarianism. < N PARAG:Heterodoxy >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 heterodoxy heterodoxy Sgm: N 1 error error &c. 495 Sgm: N 1 false doctrine false doctrine heresy schism Sgm: N 1 schismaticism schismaticism … English dictionary for students
heterodoxy — noun /ˈhɛtɛɹədɒksi/ a) The quality of being heterodox. A genuine first hand religious experience like this is bound to be a heterodoxy to its witnesses, the prophet appearing as a mere lonely madman. b) A heterodox belief, creed, or teaching. Ant … Wiktionary
heterodoxy — heterodox ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not conforming with orthodox standards or beliefs. DERIVATIVES heterodoxy noun. ORIGIN from Greek doxa opinion … English terms dictionary
heterodoxy — noun (plural doxies) Date: 1659 1. the quality or state of being heterodox 2. a heterodox opinion or doctrine … New Collegiate Dictionary
heterodoxy — /het euhr euh dok see/, n., pl. heterodoxies. 1. heterodox state or quality. 2. a heterodox opinion, view, etc. [1645 55; < Gk heterodoxía. See HETERODOX, Y3] * * * … Universalium