"The proponents of directions of thought which were later rejected as heretical consider themlseves completely Christian--such as Christian Gnosticism. In the beginning, faith is the term which distinguishes the Christian Congregation from the Jews and the heathen, not orthodoxy (right doctrine)."
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This is from Rudolf Bultmann's Theology of the New Testament (1955), 2.135.