infidelis

See: faithless
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The infidelis however is seeking the truth, but by reason alone, without faith.
Accordingly, infidelis had a wide range of meanings within Latin Christendom.
Ecce quondam tumidus, iam substratus sanctorum pedibus seruit Oceanus; eiusque barbaros motus, quos terreni principes edomare ferro nequiuerant, hos pro diuina formidine sacerdotum ora simplicibus uerbis ligant; et qui cateruas pugnantium infidelis nequaquam metuerat, iam nunc fidelis humilium linguas timet.
VIII, 124: "Et quantum ad prosperitatem mundanam contingentem no bis Anglicis ex bellis crebris, patet quod est leve verbum, ac si infidelis illud quod dubitat balbutiret.
The Catholic teaching used to maintain that Judaism meant impiety, which explains why the term infidelis was ascribed to the Jew according to the rules of the Polish social strata titularity.