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dis·be·lief

 (dĭs′bĭ-lēf′)
n.
Refusal or reluctance to believe.

disbelief

(ˌdɪsbɪˈliːf)
n
refusal or reluctance to believe

dis•be•lief

(ˌdɪs bɪˈlif)

n.
1. the inability or refusal to believe or to accept something as true.
2. amazement; astonishment.
[1665–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disbelief - doubt about the truth of somethingdisbelief - doubt about the truth of something  
doubt, doubtfulness, dubiety, dubiousness, incertitude, uncertainty - the state of being unsure of something
2.disbelief - a rejection of beliefdisbelief - a rejection of belief    
cognitive content, mental object, content - the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
scepticism, skepticism, agnosticism - the disbelief in any claims of ultimate knowledge
atheism - a lack of belief in the existence of God or gods

disbelief

disbelief

noun
The refusal or reluctance to believe:
Translations
تَشَكُّك، عَدَم تَصْديق
nedůvěra
mistrotvivl
vantrú
inanmama

disbelief

[ˌdɪsbəˈliːf] Nincredulidad f
in disbeliefcon incredulidad

disbelief

[ˌdɪsbɪˈliːf] nincrédulité f
in disbelief → avec incrédulité
to suspend disbelief → accepter les invraisemblances

disbelief

nUngläubigkeit f; (Rel) → Unglaube m; in disbeliefungläubig

disbelief

[ˈdɪsbəˈliːf] nincredulità
in disbelief → incredulo/a

disbelieve

(disbiˈliːv) verb
not to believe. He was inclined to disbelieve her story.
ˌdisbeˈlief (-f) noun
the state of not believing. She stared at him in disbelief.

disbelief

n. incredulidad, escepticismo.
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No person," the court continued, "can be punished for entertaining or professing religious beliefs or disbeliefs, for church attendance or non-attendance.
He describes his own intellectual pilgrimage as a process of unlearning the disbeliefs that he imbibed in graduate school from prominent liberal theologians.
What better way to turn our attention to who we are with Jesus than to tell a story that hits to the core truths about our doubts and disbeliefs in what seems the sure finality of death?