(1) He was called a heretic and a rebel, but one who transformed his rebellion into art.(2) It is odd - odd in the extreme - that Barns, the iconoclast, the heretic , uncritically accepts the myths surrounding the birth of the Liberal Party propagated by the elders of the tribe.(3) But you're really risking being branded a heretic just at the moment.(4) George was set upon as heretic , denounced as a traitor and his government contract for a school history book mysteriously cancelled without explanation.(5) Galileo was forced to repudiate his scientific knowledge lest he be declared a heretic by the official church.(6) Bretz was called a dunce and a heretic , but over time his work became widely accepted.(7) I am English, born in Britain, but I am referred to as a heretic , unbeliever, infidel, etc., because I am a Pagan.(8) Pooh-Bah's remark that he had evolved ├ö├ç├┐from a globule of primordial protoplasm├ö├ç├û is even said to have ignited a popular interest in biology and the theories of Darwin, who had until then been rejected as a flaky heretic .(9) If the teacher is a leader, he must also be a sentry - a heretic to criticize the fools who would cast his pupils back into the dark ignorance they had just escaped.(10) I think about Galileo dropping differently weighted things from the tower, only to be branded a heretic .(11) They sought regeneration - a regeneration we can liken to that of the medieval heretic or saint.(12) Exploring the details of Farmer's life, however, reveals that she is, in a sense, not only the Lost Atheist, but also a feminist, a heretic , a social radical.(13) If he intervened to prevent her death, he would be branded a heretic .(14) Declared a heretic by the Pope he was banished from Rome and subsequently vanished, presumed murdered.(15) He was also an ardent heretic and freethinker, maybe an out-and-out atheist, and a vocal defender of the ideas of Charles Darwin.(16) If the term ├ö├ç├┐Christian├ö├ç├û is taken to include heretics , schismatics, and baptized apostates, it would still appear that most are damned.