One who does not believe or have faith, as in God or a philosophy.(noun)
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Use "nonbeliever" in a sentence
"On another hand, it's a wakeup call to believers who sit by while unimaginable evils occur in the name of Jesus and say nothing other besides defensively whining that "all Christians aren't like that," or that the person reacting in grief and outrage is simply "persecuting Christians" because he's a "nonbeliever" (whether he's a nonbeliever or not.)"
"Even with that bias, Winn still ended up quoting Ahmad Dallal, a professor at Georgetown University's Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, who said the TV network, in not translating "nonbeliever" as "infidel," was simply reflecting the "diversity" of opinions on religious belief currently found in the Arab world."
"What strikes me about the "nonbeliever" movement is the energy it expends trying to establish, and ultimately legitimize, a public footprint."