Heretic

Heretic

[n. her-i-tik; adj. her-i-tik, huh-ret-ik]
A heretic is a person who expresses or acts on opinions considered to be heresy.

Heretic may also refer to:

In literature:

  • Peter Cameron (minister), author of the autobiography Heretic, an account of his heresy trial by the Presbyterian Church of Australia
  • In Romeo & Juliet by Willam Shakespeare

In music:

In fiction:

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