Part of speech:
Feeling doubt; unsettled in opinion or belief
Uttering falsehood; dishonest or deceitful.
Concocted or fabricated, especially in order to deceive or mislead; make up:
Of or supporting Thomas Erastus or his doctrines
Of Pelagius, his followers, or those who hold similar doctrines
A member of a North African Christian sect that flourished in the 4th cent., noted for rigorous standards of morality and sanctity, esp. as they applied to the clergy
Any of the followers of John Wycliffe in 14th- and 15th-cent. England
An adherent of an originally 4th- and 5th-cent. theory asserting the existence of only one nature (divine or divine-human) in Christ and opposing the orthodox doctrine of the existence of two distinct natures (one wholly divine, the other wholly human) in the one person of Christ
A Modalistic Monarchian.
Lacking authenticity or validity in essence or origin; not genuine:
The definition of legendary is someone or something that has become famous or well-known, usually as a result of a distinctive or unique characteristic or skill.
Assuming the appearance of something; deceitful; hypocritical.
The definition of dubious is something that is unlikely to be true.
Not genuine; fake:
Not faithful or loyal
The definition of true is being loyal, something that is real, factually correct, accurate or provable.
Free of pretense, falsehood, or affectation:
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