Translation of nonbeliever in Spanish:


no creyente, n.

Pronunciation /ˌnɑnbəˈlivər//nɒnbɪˈliːvə/


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    no creyente feminine
    • This ratio of believers to non-believers had not changed in 80 years.
    • Many people go through life either being a believer or a non-believer in a religious or spiritual ‘reality’.
    • These tactics resulted in massive declines in church memberships and dramatic increases in atheists and non-believers.
    • It is shared by religious believers and non-believers of very different social backgrounds and in very different countries.
    • I find it increasingly hard to tell the difference between believers and non-believers.
    • As far as livelihood is concerned, the Almighty gives it to both the believers and the non-believers.
    • So it is natural that both non-believers and believers will want to sift the historical evidence carefully.
    • All major world-religions have a religious task to spread the religion and convert non-believers.
    • I think it's probably true that a lot of non-believers are rude about religion.
    • After all, why believe if non-believers can also be saved?
    • It was to be neutral between the many brands of Christianity and between Christian and Jews, believers and non-believers.
    • I've even known non-believers who attended church functions simply because there was no other form of social interaction around at all.
    • It is not true that these events have the same impact on the believers as the non-believers.
    • In turn, regulation helps these dominant groups recruit non-believers and atheists.
    • Given the choice, there aren't many non-believers who're keen to lose their heads on principle, so this has been more the province of those with differing religious beliefs.
    • Unlike many non-believers, I regard religion as a valuable cultural resource in a heterogeneous modern democracy.
    • Nobody wants to be tortured, be he or she a Muslim or a Christian or a Buddhist or even a non-believer.
    • It does not distinguish between believers and non-believers in granting that sacred right to life.
    • Ramos Horta, who is a non-believer himself nevertheless says religious faith does have a role to play in healing the wounds of the past.
    • Thus, it should make little difference to the non-believer, in my mind, whether God had anything to do with the formation of the canon or not.