Case studies

It is appropriate that the wider church should assess and express its mind on any new and divergent teaching that may grow up within it, but such judgments need to be, and to be seen to be, provisional and not absolute in character. There are too many cases from the past of teaching condemned in one generation that has become the orthodoxy of the next — Article on ‘Heresy’, by Maurice Wiles, in The Oxford Companion to Christian Thought

This section has grown into three separate pages. We would be grateful to be notified of any other instances not recorded here.


Catholics in the last 10 years

Other (English, Irish, Australian and New Zealand, non-Roman Catholic)

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