Translation of unbelief in Spanish:


falta de fe, n.

Pronunciation /ʌnbɪˈliːf//ˌənbəˈlif/



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    falta de fe feminine
    descreimiento masculine
    • It is also deftly poised on the border between belief and unbelief.
    • James has in a sense opened up to view an important part of the struggle between belief and unbelief in modern culture.
    • He is the divine healer who wants us to receive the greatest healing of all: freedom from unbelief and mistrust in his goodness and his perfect plan.
    • Why be overawed by the task, or cowed by the abounding unbelief and false religion of our day?
    • He did rebuke them but it was usually for unbelief and pride.
    • May none of us allow fear, unbelief, or doubt to keep us from the desert!
    • In the conflict over assisted suicide, the adversaries are not religion and unbelief but the community versus the individual.
    • Clearly, a measured discussion of the relationship between churches, belief and unbelief, and public life is in order.
    • Belief and unbelief, so important to the intellectual posturing of modern existence, are innocuous, vacuous terms.
    • The issue is whether the judgments of belief should appear as condemnations of other beliefs or of unbelief.
    • Instead of an eager, grateful welcome, the people greeted Jesus with indifference and unbelief.
    • Not only did Thomas go from unbelief to belief; he went from isolation to community.
    • He told me that during the talk I had literally hammered nails into the coffin of his unbelief in God - and into the coffin of his belief in evolution.
    • Hindrances to revival were sloth, unbelief, lack of discipline and a spirit of controversy.
    • Every age is one of belief and unbelief but our own century has been characterised by restlessness and uncertainty.
    • His presence or absence is in belief or unbelief, and each of the two, once acquired, will necessarily be affirmed by all observations.
    • He promised a saviour who would carry the sin, selfishness, unbelief, disease, grief, sorrow and fear of death on Himself and Destroy that fear, for Good.
    • Naturally there are consequences to both belief and unbelief.
    • In adopting this stance one concedes that the rightness or propriety of belief and unbelief depends upon the outcome of a certain inquiry.
    • Why not go to Christ this very day, and cast your soul on him, with all its sins and all its unbelief, with all its doubts and all its fears?