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The Inquisition at first did not regard itself as having jurisdiction unless there were misbelief as to the sacraments.
A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF SPAIN; VOL. 4HENRY CHARLES LEA
Nothing can merit more compassion than a heart withered by misbelief, almost before it has begun to exist.
THE ROMANCE OF A POOR YOUNG MANPIERREPONT EDWARDS
Joseph Glanvil is dead, and will not mind unbelief and misbelief and ridicule.
IDEAS OF GOOD AND EVILWILLIAM BUTLER YEATS
He would not, indeed, have any put to death or imprisoned for their misbelief.
CHRONICLES OF THE SCHONBERG-COTTA FAMILYELIZABETH RUNDLE CHARLES
As a judge, he was vindicating the faith and avenging God for the wrongs inflicted on him by misbelief.
A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF THE MIDDLE AGES; VOLUME IHENRY CHARLES LEA
The Homœan supremacy had come to rest almost wholly on imperial misbelief.
THE ARIAN CONTROVERSYH. M. GWATKIN
O how thy most beauty hast thou lost for thy incredulity and misbelief!
LEGENDS AND SATIRES FROM MEDIVAL LITERATUREVARIOUS
Your own misbelief hath torn them; but He hath the principal in heaven with Himself.
LETTERS OF SAMUEL RUTHERFORDSAMUEL RUTHERFORD
He came to think religion a part of his royal prerogative, and misbelief treason against his royal person.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 15, NO. 92, JUNE, 1865VARIOUS
Ye do well to take yourself at the right stot when ye wrong Christ by doubting and misbelief.
LETTERS OF SAMUEL RUTHERFORDSAMUEL RUTHERFORD
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