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heretic (HAIR uh tik) (s) (noun), heretics (pl)
1. A professed believer in God who has certain religious opinions which are contrary to those accepted by his or her church or who rejects some doctrines that are considered to be correct by that religion: Martin Luther was a German theologian and leader of the Reformation who was considered to be a heretic by the Catholic hierarchy because of his opposition to the wealth and corruption of the papacy and his belief that salvation was granted on the basis of faith in God and not by works or deeds.
2. A person who does not conform to an established attitude, doctrine, or principle in politics or any other socially accepted custom or belief: Alice was a finance officer who didn’t mind being named a heretic when she decided to donate some of the profits of the company to a charity organization instead of giving all of the managers another raise.
A person who has opinions that are not in agreement with the accepted views of the majority of certain organizations.
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