unbelief


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the refusal or reluctance to believe

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In his final chapter, "Conclusion and Legacy," Phillips links his analysis of the mid-twentieth-century debate between belief and unbelief with the current debate.
Our balanced analytical thinker easily may conclude the uncertainty today, full of cheap opinions, results precisely from the irrational partiality of wilful unbelief.
The topic of the conference is "Belief and Unbelief in Postmodern Literature.
HCEF President Rateb Rabie conveyed his admiration for Archbishop Sambi and stated that The HCEF Path of Peace Award was also a heartfelt expression of HCEFs appreciation for his work, dedication and truly remarkable personal contributions he made toward building peace in a world troubled by unbelief and indifference.
I agree with his point that the religious fanatics who want to force their views on us have a "deep down unbelief, a fear that their god (and so they) might lose.
Chiefly Galileo is regarded, especially in a century when unbelief is becoming the most fashionable position for academics, as the great martyr of academic freedom against a narrow-minded Catholic church bent on persecution.
The researchers took religious unbelief as analogous to other rational choice-based behaviors, and applied statistical analysis to their proposed "general growth law.
Here is how he concludes his recently published memoir, Hitch-22, brilliantly merging his unbelief with his apparently parallel crusade against earthly dictatorship:
His survey of belief, unbelief, and the resurrection of faith at its deepest levels makes for an outstanding contemplative reflection perfect for any spirituality library.
She described the armour needed to fight against deceit, lies, unbelief, violence, wickedness and despair.
I read with a feeling of incredibility, unbelief, and finally anger "Not even Alzheimer's can erase God" (August).
Three questions immediately arise when contemplating the nearly nine hundred pages of this new volume, the sequel to The Encyclopedia of Unbelief (ed.
To his surprise, however, his own community is so skeptical of him that "he was amazed at their unbelief.
Our hearts must not be filled with criticism, unbelief, and doubt.
We shall be freed we from war and the divisions and many sins, and the unbelievers from their unbelief.