Part of speech:
Not believing in or conforming to the doctrines of Christianity.
An adherent of a Neopagan religion that seeks to revive the religious beliefs and practices of the ancient Germanic peoples.
One who has rejected authority and dogma, especially in religious thinking, in favor of rational inquiry and speculation.
A person who worships an idol or idols
(Historical) Among Christians, a heathen or pagan
Someone who habitually doubts beliefs and claims presented as accepted by others, requiring strong evidence before accepting any belief or claim.
A person who holds controversial opinions, especially one who publicly dissents from the officially accepted dogma of the Roman Catholic Church.
A pagan; heathen
An adherent of Zoroastrianism
A person who believes that the human mind cannot know whether there is a God or an ultimate cause, or anything beyond material phenomena
(Informal) A decent, respectable person
A person whose religion is Judaism
The definition of an infidel is a person who you consider a heathen because he does not adhere to the religion you believe is the true religion.
A person who does not accept any, or any particular, religious belief
A person who is smugly indifferent or hostile to art and culture.
Lacking reverence; not pious.
Characterized by adherence to religion or a religion; devout; pious; godly
someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures
- Gentile " style="font-weight: 600; color: inherit; text-decoration-color: #3A65B5" > Gentile (often Gentile) is applied to one who is not a Jew, or, among Mormons, to one who is not a Mormon
- Pagan and heathen are both applied to polytheistic peoples, but pagan often refers specifically to ancient peoples, esp. the Greeks and Romans, and heathen is applied to peoples regarded as uncivilized or primitive idolaters
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