unfaith

un·faith

 (ŭn-fāth′)
n.
Absence of faith, especially in religion.

unfaith

(ʌnˈfeɪθ)
n
a lack or absence of (esp religious) faith
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Carlyle has learned to repudiate, and he would have others repudiate, 'The Everlasting No,' the materialistic attitude of unfaith in God and the spiritual world, and he proclaims 'The Everlasting Yea,' wherein are affirmed, the significance of life as a means of developing character and the necessity of accepting life and its requirements with manly self-reliance and moral energy.
The classics were of little artistic value and generally focused on "the tragic gate of women who were beaten, abandoned, murdered or driven to suicide by unfaith husbands, the local landowner, or older bachelors." Martynowych, Ukrainians in Canada: The Formative Period, 1891-1924 (Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press, 1991), 292.
I want to say to you, about myself, that I am a child of this age, a child of unfaith and skepticism, and probably (indeed I know it) shall remain so to the end of my life.
Thomas Didymus ("The Doubter"), famous in the Johannine Gospel for having doubted his fellow apostles who claimed to have seen the resurrected Lord and for declaring that he would not believe until his own fingers probed the wounds of Christ, should show that doubt, or "unfaith," could bridge vast geographies.
His writing is thus informed by faith and unfaith as well as intellect and passion.
In Screening the Holocaust: Cinema's Images of the Unimaginable (1988), Ilan Ax isar writes, "What we actually have in most American Holocaust films is a deliberate refusal to leap into unfaith, an attitude rooted in the embracing of solid faith, namely that of Christianity which dominates the cinematic treatment of the I lolocaust.
Even while still at Duquesne I was careful to include the "unfaith"--perspective as well:
Indeed, there are no sound argument about God's existence/non-existence, since faith/ unfaith is only an issue of belief (98).
He al tell Chr unfaith alleged Jack threatened to Christopher that he had been unfaithful if he didn't agree to this And he shamelessly slurred memory by describing younger boy as "a sex pest", would not take no for an answer.
Drawing on John Paul II and Benedict XVI, he analyses faith and reason, as well as unfaith and reason, agreeing with John Paul II's Fides et Ratio that a reason turned in on itself, indifferent to revelation, severely limits and even distorts itself.
The station of Ibrahim is his station of dedication and self-sacrifice, his fortitude and resistance to personal desires and fatherly feelings as well as against the domination of unfaith, polytheism and Nimrod, the tyrant of the time.
'I set out to look at the role of the Kirk in contemporary Scottish society but very soon realised that it was much less about that and much more about one man's personal crisis of faith or unfaith', Robertson has said of The Testament of Gideon Mack.