The terms are pretty much synonymous. They both refer to a religious deviate. Heresy was coined by the early Roman Catholic church to refer to those deviated from the Catholic Church. The term Apostasy is used by The Bible to denote one who strays from the pattern of truth found in the Bible. Often the term "apostasy" will refer to one who has declared a belief or affirmed an attachment to a set of beliefs, but later attempts to lead other adherents to stray from those beliefs; "heresy" is often used to refer to a similar situation led by a non-adherent.
unorthodox, apostasy, blasphemy, impiety, infidelity, nonconformism, nonconformity, schism, sectarianism
Heresy is a non belief of traditional christian teaching and practices. Orthodoxy is the opposite.
To deny an established Church teaching may easily be construed as heresy or apostasy.
A "heresy hunter" is someone who is looking for something wrong with someone/some group's doctrine, Biblically speaking, while apologetics is the study concerned with showing a reasonable defense of Christianity.
Christoph Ulrich Hahn has written: 'Geschichte der ketzer im mittelalter' -- subject- s -: Apostasy, Heresies and heretics, Heresy, Medieval Sects
The Apostasy was created on 2007-07-02.
The Great Apostasy began in 1130.
Maronite Catholic is a rite of the Catholic Church, one of several; whereas Hillsong is just another protestant heresy.
Apostasy is the abandonment or renunciation of one's religious beliefs. A person deciding not to follow his or her religious beliefs is committing apostasy.
I realize that I have lived a life of apostasy for years.
The Politics of Religious Apostasy was created in 1998.
It is not called defecting, it is called apostasy. To the best of my knowledge the only priest who left the faith at that time was Martin Luther, himself. No Cardinals, that I know of, went with him into heresy.