from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Absence of faith, especially in religion.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Absence of faith.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Absence or want of faith; faithlessness; distrust; unbelief.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want or absence of faith; distrust.
I don't believe that you're predestined as it were to 'unfaith' that God says 'it's not much use wasting my time of Humphrys!'
But I can't quite make the leap of unfaith, as it were, and say, 'This is it.
Heidegger is also a major dialogue partner, and he is quoted on p.245 as having written that "a faith that does not perpetually expose itself to the possibility of unfaith is no faith but merely a convenience".
Quoth Gharib, “Indeed, I have brought him out of wrongousness into the way of righteousness, out of Hell into Heaven and out of unfaith to the True Faith.”
Preaching hopelessness, defeat, and doom for seven years... preaching unfaith in the democratic process itself...
Christopher Hitchens about faith and unfaith, and I think you could get him to do it if you just ply him with his favorite scotch
They include Demi Moore as an alcoholic singer; Sharon Stone as a hairdresser; William H. Macy as her unfaith-ful husband, the hotel manager; Lindsay Lohan as a girl marrying Elijah Wood to keep him from going to Vietnam.
The ages of faith in which those vestments were designed were apparently not the ages of taste; yet it was the shape of the vestments and not the color which troubled the eye of unfaith, if not of taste.
Am I too honest — a funny topsy-turvy honesty — the faithfulness of unfaith?
But both father and son had been unfaith-ful to the women they were supposedly committed to.
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