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almost as soon as unbelief becomes an option, unbelievers begin to have doubts-which is to say, they begin to wonder if there isn't something 'more'" (2014, p.
Author Andy Bannister does not disparage or condemn atheism and its adherents; instead, he rationally challenges the fundamental precepts of unbelief.
Many Muslims accused Rushdie of blasphemy or unbelief and in 1989 Imam Khomeini issued a fatwa ordering Muslims to kill Rushdie.
Divided into two major parts, "The Defense Never Rests" is a kind of spiritual autobiography of the author, describing his journey from unbelief to American Evangelicalism and Campus Crusade staff work, to his true home in the Lutheran church.
They also consider our unbelief to be a sin so grave that it merits death whenever it becomes an impediment to the spread of Islam.
Walker, author of twenty-four books, including the bestselling The Women's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, and past winner of the American Humanist Association's Humanist Heroine Award, gives religion a series of knock-out punches in the twenty-two hard-hitting essays compiled in Belief and Unbelief.
Synopsis: The trend toward agnosticism, atheism, and other forms of unbelief is gathering force, especially among the young.
We announce good news to the Islamic nation, of the killing of one of the leaders of unbelief, General Hussein Yaqoub Ishaq, head of the Air Defense Administration in Mleiha," the Islamic Front said in a statement.
Phillips has published extensively on the history of religious belief and in Contesting the Moral High Ground, he examines the contest between belief and unbelief in mid-twentieth-century Britain.
Lewis, (2) "presuppositionalism," which is skeptical of providing reasons for faith but does think that the weaknesses of unbelief should be exposed, exemplified in the work of Reformed theologians, such as Cornelius Van Til, and (3) "experientialism," which sees the truth of faith as grounded in religious experience, modeled in philosophers like William Alston.
The deputy equated pro-Hariri Bloc's rejection of proportionality to their unbelief in pluralism.
Accommodating structures Friesen defines as "social arrangements that keep the social order intact when hard hearts of unbelief prevent receiving the blessing that God intends" (71).