For a nonbeliever
, the premise may well read as lacking heft.
"If I was a nonbeliever
," Springer said, "I would still have good feelings if someone was acting in a religious way from that standpoint."
Thus the data from this study highlight one true aspect of nonbelievers
. Further research should be conducted to replicate the current findings and the self-reported single-item measure of a believer or a nonbeliever
should be improved to better control for the spirituality of nonbelievers
But the most astonishing thing that Francis has said, in a recent letter to the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, concerns nonbelievers
. A nonbeliever
is safe from the fires of hell, the pope assures us, as long as the nonbeliever
listens to his or her own conscience.
Existentially ghosts lie between fact and fiction, between the orbits of believer and nonbeliever
, and provide bounteous fodder for storytelling, literature, and film.
Conceived and written by the West Hollywood, Calif., church's pastor, terry Brewer, the insouciant take on the evangelical genre tells the story of a Christian boy who picks up a nonbeliever
at a gay bar, only to convince him to attend church the next morning (after spending the night together, natch).
The believer or nonbeliever
in the supernatural may be inclined to grab hold of their mojo or leave the night light on--just in case.
And since he was provoking me, I asked him the decisive question: how could he, as a nonbeliever
, make sense of that otherwise senseless event that was his own death?
Robert Michael Pyle begins his essay on the gradual degradation of his urban environment this way: "I became a nonbeliever
and a conservationist in one fell swoop.
Failed philosopher, earnest didact, nonbeliever
in human progress, the man's a puzzle.
It would have been easy for a self-proclaimed nonbeliever
like D'Antonio to gloat over such developments, but he doesn't.
72% of voters polled reported that they would vote for a nonbeliever
or nonreligious candidate if that candidate stood for "most of the things [they] believe in." This crossed party lines, with slight differences.