unbelieving


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refusing or reluctant to believe

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rejecting any belief in gods

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holding that only material phenomena can be known and knowledge of spiritual matters or ultimate causes is impossible

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denying or questioning the tenets of especially a religion

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I will begin by saying for a fact that it will be amazing to know that, generally, the Unbelieving Christians understand the Sacred Scriptures more deeply than their Believing Brethren.
There is a church on every corner, willing to accommodate whatever brand of believing we have, but we are just as sick, broke and scared as our unbelieving neighbor.
They took to heart the words of the Risen Christ in Marks Gospel, when He told the unbelieving disciples: You are to go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone, everywhere.
And, if I am successful, then that's a Christmas gift to myself, to my siblings, and to my unbelieving chef-friends.
FOR people like me who grew up in the 1950s the thought that a time would come when banks would no longer have a high street presence would have elicited an unbelieving derisory snort or two.
He was dubbed the 'unbelieving Bishop' after he was quoted saying he doubted that God would have arranged a Virgin Birth and the resurrection.
He was dubbed the 'unbelieving Bishop' after he was quoted doubting that God would have arranged a Virgin Birth and the resurrection.
The cleric and theologian was Bishop from 1984 until 1994 - a controversial figure dubbed the "unbelieving bishop" after doubting that God would have arranged a Virgin Birth and the Resurrection.
He was a controversial figure, who was dubbed the "unbelieving bishop" after questioning the Virgin Birth and the Resurrection.
Words such as "sacred," "soul," and "the Absolute" appear in Anayas preface and poems as tacit challenges for the reader to rethink and reconceptualize--from one's secularized and unbelieving vantage point--the possibilities and experiences latent in a language of transcendence we have all but forgotten.
Some unbelieving women consider strength and willpower to be male characteristics, out of the mistaken belief that only men have to show strength and determination for themselves, as well as for the women in their charge, in the face of adversity.
However, Katherine, despite the shock of such a diagnosis, began to devote hours of research into alternative therapies directly countering continued negative and unbelieving input and comments from her medical colleagues.
Not surprisingly, the Blizzardmobile became an instant source of mockery on social media, as unbelieving viewers watched Lemon attempt to document the weather (and even lead a brief panel discussion of "Deflategate") while driving around the not-so-snowy streets of Manhattan.
"What are you talking about?!" Fallon exclaimed, unbelieving his own cluelessness.