He reminds me a bit of George Allen, but more moderate, cosmopolitan, and heterodox.
McGibney is the first to acknowledge that his anti-bullying approach is heterodox.
More than many, he understood the electoral attractions of a heterodox Democratic party.
A couple hundred years ago, of course, the church or state could have just crushed such a heterodox movement.
But the influence of the heterodox Huguenot weighed little when compared with that of the orthodox.
As the years rolled on he became more "heterodox" than ever.
Hence the glorious institution of the heterodox women—is it not?
Emma begged her to remember her heterodox views of the education for girls.
He believed himself a Christian despite his heterodox sayings, and his belief is literal and profound.
The heterodox and the so-called atheist may be trusted, at least, to tell the truth.