I guess my heretical nature is once again confirmed. Of course, I also do not see heresy as something that is always a bad thing.
Of course I am accepting of all the applicable definitions for heretic when I declare myself so.
3.anyone who does not conform to an established attitude, doctrine, or principle.(dictionary.com)
2. a person who holds unorthodox opinions in any field (Collins English Dictionary)
Oh, and for a bit more background:
early 14c., from Fr. hérétique (14c.), from Church L. hereticus , from Gk. hairetikos "able to choose," the verbal adj. of hairein (Online Etymology Dictionary).
One who challenges the doctrines of an established church.(The American Heritage® New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy)
As an agnostic, I fall into those categories by default. I am also OK with it.