infidel englannista suomeksi
Rejecting a specific religion.
Of, characteristic of, or relating to unbelievers or unbelief.
1881 — Rose|Ernestine Rose, ''A Defence of Atheism'', J.P. Mendum, page 20
- But not only have the priests tried to make the very term Atheism odious, as if it would destroy all of good and beautiful in nature, but some of the reformers, not having the moral courage to avow their own sentiments, wishing to be popular, fearing lest their reforms would be considered Infidel, (as all reforms assuredly are), shield themselves from the stigma, by joining in the tirade against Atheism, and associate it with everything that is vile, with the crime of slavery, the corruptions of the Church, and all the vices imaginable.
One who does not believe in a certain religion.
1779, (w), ''On the Prevalence of Religious Scepticism''
- The infidel writer is a greater enemy to society.
2005, George W. Braswell, ''Islam and America: Answers to the 31 Most-asked Questions'' (page 33)
- Some Muslims are taught that non-Muslims are infidels and are to be shunned.
One who does not believe in a certain principle.
One with no religious beliefs.