I understand that the word heretic is subjective. None the less, it has always been used in a negative light, casting another in despised and rejected light. Subsequent to calling one a heretic in times past, has led to the murder of those deemed as a heretical by those that have held claim to be comprising the Church. Do you believe for a minute that the Church in the past has considered heretics as fellow members of the body of Christ, or has the Church always felt that heretics were 'outside of the faith?' When they killed heretics, do you believe that their intentions were honestly in line with love to a fellow believer, simply sending them home to receive early rewards as they drew in breaths of burning human flesh and witnessed uinthinkable torture? Can one be a heretic, as commonly understood by the Church, and at the same time be part of the body of Christ? Is your opinion one commonly held in the past by the Church? If not, upon what bases do you form your opinion?