In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- We plan evangelistic services and events for unbelievers; worship services are for believers.
- I am English, born in Britain, but I am referred to as a heretic, unbeliever, infidel, etc., because I am a Pagan.
- In short, they held a place between heretic and unbeliever.
- So you priests better be careful with all that talk about the sinners and the unbelievers and heretics burning in hell.
- We have already been irrevocably tarred with the stain of sinner, unbeliever and infidel.
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