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unbeliever

a person who does not believe or withholds belief, esp in religious matters
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Nor did the Templar, an infidel of another stamp, justly characterise his associate, when he said Front-de-B uf could assign no cause for his unbelief and contempt for the established faith; for the Baron would have alleged that the Church sold her wares too dear, that the spiritual freedom which she put up to sale was only to be bought like that of the chief captain of Jerusalem, ``with a great sum,'' and Front-de-B uf preferred denying the virtue of the medicine, to paying the expense of the physician.
Exclamations and cries of doubt were being made, and Ugh-Gluk expressed open unbelief.
The second day he took refuge from benumbing unbelief, by getting into his loom and working away as usual; and before many hours were past, the minister and one of the deacons came to him with the message from Sarah, that she held her engagement to him at an end.
They, therefore, violently oppose all political action on the part of the working class; such action, according to them, can only result from blind unbelief in the new Gospel.
Martin had done Bill's share of the chores, with unbelief in his heart.
Know, you young greenhorn, that I was covered with honours before ever you were born; and you are nothing better than a wretched little worm, torn in two with coughing, and dying slowly of your own malice and unbelief. What did Gavrila bring you over here for?
Instead, some men grinned sheepishly and were restless on their feet, while Agno's expression advertised sturdy unbelief that there was anything pig-like about his chief.
But she strongly believes that those who read this book and relax tendencies toward unbelief will find the Savior that their heart craves; for He is here and ready to receive you.
The worldwide Understanding Unbelief project maps the nature and diversity of "unbelief" in Brazil, China, Denmark, Japan, the UK and US.
He will show the world how wrong it was about sin because it refused to believe in Jesus (Sin with capital "S" is ultimately unbelief in John's Gospel).
Fans reacted to Misbah's tweet with unbelief, and some came up with really hilarious comparisons.
They also consider our unbelief to be a sin so grave that it merits death whenever it becomes an impediment to the spread of their faith.