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60,643.  On Friday the 13th of October 1307 a real-life nightmare began for the elite Knights Templar: on that Black Friday hundreds were summoned to Paris; six hundred and twenty were arrested without warning and thrown into prison.  The charges against them added up to the most heinous of crimes ... Heresy!  (Knights Templar & Heresy)  Knights Templar on Trial

 

 

60,684.  Thrown into prison and tortured many confessed to shocking crimes of heresy.  (Knights Templar & Heresy)  Templars Lost Treasure

 

 

71,354.  It's 1531.  Having failed with the Pope, Henry seeks the power to annul his own marriage to Katherine by asking Parliament to declare him Supreme Head of the Church of England.  Those loyal to Rome battle against the advancing tide of heresy.  Chief amongst them the Lord Chancelor, Sir Thomas More.  (England & Heresy)  Wolf Hall III: Anna Regina, caption

 

71,364.  You majesty.  The heretics you have around you must be put into a great fire.  If you don’t do it, you'll burn yourself.  Here’s one – if you marry this one you'll reign seven months.  (England & Heresy)  ibid.

 

 

75,762.  Heresy is only another word for freedom of thought.  Graham Greene
 

 

75,763.  Heresy is what the minority believe.  It is the real name given by the powerful to the doctrine of the weak.  (Heresy & Minority)  Robert Ingersoll

 

 

75,764.  All this worldly wisdom was once the unamiable heresy of some wise man.  (Heresy & Wisdom)  Henry David Thoreau

 

 

75,765.  If forgers and malefactors are put to death by the secular power, there is much more reason for excommunicating and even putting to death one convicted of heresy.  Saint Thomas Aquinas

 


75,766.  The word heretic ought to be a term of honour.  Charles Bradlaugh
 

 

77,889.  We declare that you are fallen again into your former errors and under the sentence of excommunication which you originally incurred we decree that you are a relapsed heretic; and by this sentence which we deliver in writing and pronounce from this tribunal, we denounce you as a rotten member, which, so that you shall not infect the other members of Christ, must be cast out of the unity of the Church, cut off from her body, and given over to the secular power: we cast you off, separate and abandon you, praying this same secular power on this side of death and the mutilation of your limbs, to moderate its judgment towards you, and if true signs of repentance appear in you to permit the sacrament of penance to be administered to you.  (Joan & Arc & Heresy)  Sentence passed on Joan of Arc

 

 

84,219.  Let us now look at the inconsistent opinions of these heretics ... how they do not agree when discussing the same points, but across the board, in things and names, they set forth opinions that are mutually discordant.  (Opinion & Heresy)  Irenaeus, AD 183-186, Against Heresies 1:11:1

 

 

93,475.  As for heretics as they be, the clergy doth denounce them.  And as they be well worthy, the temporality doth burn them.  And after the fire of Smithfield, hell doth receive them, where the wretches burn forever.  (Witch & Heresy)  Sir Thomas More, The Search or the Inner Man p4

 

 

96,119.  More had already been given permission to read heretical books but, by the spring of 1528, the dissemination of those forbidden texts could not be halted ... Within three months of Bilney’s trial, a concerted assault upon presumed heretics was conducted by More and his ecclesiastical colleagues.  Peter Ackroyd, The Life of Thomas More pp270-271

 

96,120.  More’s first defence of the Church: A Dialogue Concerning Heresies, was written in this year of death and sickness.  ibid.  p273

 

96,123.  He [More] approved of burning, therefore, and in that respect was no different from most of his contemporaries.  ibid.  p296

 

96,125.  But then Thomas Cromwell struck again, on this occasion by introducing a petition which complained of the injustice involved in trials for heresy; here, of course, he was attacking the methods and procedures close to More’s own conduct.  ibid.  p316