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Aberrant, Aberration, Aberrational

In Christian theology:

Aberrational: Off-center or in error in some important way, such that the doctrine or practice should be rejected and those who accept it held to be sinning, even though they may very well be Christian. Also called "aberrant"
Source: "A Biblical Guide To Orthodoxy And Heresy, Christian Research Journal, Summer 1990, by Robert M. Bowman.

Dictionary:

1 : straying from the right or normal way
2 : deviating from the usual or natural type : ATYPICAL


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