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Since transubstantiation is Roman Catholic Dogma, are self described Roman Catholics who reject it in heresy?

As @eques explains there are some nuances to be taken into account. But in general I think it is more than fair to refer to the Second Vatican Council for some context. In this council the Church has ...
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Since transubstantiation is Roman Catholic Dogma, are self described Roman Catholics who reject it in heresy?

According to the Roman Catholic definition of heresy and the Pew Research survey, are 22% of Roman Catholics in the United States heretics and automatically subject to excommunication? Assuming that ...
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How best to analyse Moral Therapeutic Deism from the viewpoint of biblically-centered Reformed Protestantism?

I found an article about the origins of Moralistic Therapeutic Deism (MTD), first coined by sociologists Christian Smith and Melina Lundquist Denton in their 2005 book Soul Searching: The Religious ...
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