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The greatest threat posed by the Camp of Unfaith and arrogant powers lies in its intervention and influence over the structures of the new political systems in these countries.
When the road is rough, it is not an act of unfaith to release our thoughts to God in lament.
In turn there are also examples of the Godless, how God does not pardon the unfaith of the unbelieving.
The view that the dialogue in each Christian (and in Christian society) of faith and unfaith will be endless, leads the Christian to realize that the conventional economic model of egoistic maximizing will eternally coexist with the need to criticize its basic assumption.
Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini insists that Therese was the opposite of an atheist, and that we should not dignify unfaith by making it appear equivalent to the spiritual trial of a saint.
Tillich uses three words to describe the marks of modern men and women alienated from God: concupiscence (lust), hubris (pride) and unfaith.
Further, laments assure us that when the road is rough it is not an act of unfaith to release our inner thoughts in lament--not to someone about God, but to God.
In Love, if Love be Love, if Love be ours, Faith and unfaith can ne'er be equal powers: Unfaith in aught is want of faith in all.
In such a time, when the Roman government was persecuting Christians, it would have been an act of unfaith to obey Paul's words, which come from a much different period and situation.