Definition of Apostatic. Meaning of Apostatic. Synonyms of Apostatic

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Definition of Apostatic

Apostatic
Apostatic Ap`o*stat"ic, a. [L. apostaticus, Gr. ?.] Apostatical. [R.]

Meaning of Apostatic from wikipedia

- Apostatic may refer to: Apostatic selection, the selection by predators consuming abundantly occurring prey types Apostasy, the formal renunciation of...
- po****tion. It has also been discussed that apostatic selection acts to stabilize prey polymorphisms. Apostatic selection was used in 1962 by Bryan Clarke...
- severe punishment for apostates. In contrast, legal historian Wael Hallaq writes that "nothing in the law governing apostates and apostasy derives from...
- believers call themselves apostates due to the term's negative connotation. Many religious groups and some states punish apostates; this may be the official...
- Neoplatonic ****enism in its place, caused him to be remembered as Julian the Apostate by the Christian Church. A member of the Constantinian dynasty, Julian...
- An apostate is one who renounces their religion. Apostate or Apostates may also refer to: The Apostate (album), a 2016 musical release The Apostate (film)...
- The Apostate (Spanish: El apóstata) is a 2015 Uruguayan-Spanish drama film directed by Federico Veiroj, the plot follows a man pursuing apostasy from the...
- Apostates is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family. There is only one known species, Apostates rapae, endemic to the Tubuai Islands in French...
- ἀποστάτης, meaning "rebellious" (Hebrew: מורד‎.) Equivalent expressions for apostate in Hebrew that are used by rabbinical scholars include mumar (מומר‎, literally...
- avoiding detection, through mechanisms such as camouflage, masquerade, apostatic selection, living underground, or nocturnality. Alternatively, prey animals...
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