disbeliever


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Synonyms for disbeliever

someone who refuses to believe (as in a divinity)

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However, in running the experiment, the believers were specifically encouraged to produce positive results and were given financial inducements for doing so, whereas the disbelievers were explicitly encouraged to produce negative results (i.
I myself was one of the biggest disbelievers in the beginning.
concludes that Pascal felt constrained to change his target disbeliever from the hardened skeptic to the unhappy but sincere seeker of truth.
It says killing a disbeliever whether he is civilian or military does not make a difference.
The aim was to encourage a divergence in scoring between believer and disbeliever experimenters.
The disbelievers, the Kuffars (Pagans) of the Makkah, when heard of this miraculous journey, immediately went to Hazrat Abu Baker in an attempt to weaken his faith but this companion of AllahEoe1/4aos Messenger readily agreed saying that if this is said by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), then I do verify it.
The difference between the scores of the believer group and the disbeliever group was highly significant: (believer group: mean score = 2.
If this can happen to a disbeliever like himself, it can happen to a disbeliever anywhere - something for some of your correspondents to contemplate.
When Drewery placed her hands on his head, the disbeliever asked for a short back and sides
Islam condemns black magic and sorcery and any person who practices or believes in it is considered a disbeliever in God.
Naked people should no more circumambulate the House) The disbeliever is anyone worshipping anything other than God including human beings, jinns, idols and tombs.
When asked for proof of this instruction,Jimmy took off his trainer and held it upside down for the disbeliever to read.
The disbeliever gave Temple a pedometer to prove his feat.
Once it is ruled that a person is a disbeliever, then fasting and other acts of worship are nullified.
Popular Egyptian Scholar Dr Omar Abdulkafi said committing suicide is synonymous to despair, lack of faith, and mistrust of God's mercy, and may only be done by a disbeliever, criminal or defiant.