Theology

Theological Term of the Week: Infidelity

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Part I Words and Terms Describing Philosophies of God

Last week’s term: Agnosticism – The denial that God is knowable. It is not the denial of God’s existence, as is atheism, but simply the denial of His knowability.

This week’s term:

Infidelity – No faith, or unfaithful. The proper description of a person’s way of life, who neither claims nor pursues any faith. Also used to describe the act or practice of violating commitments to faith or faithfulness which have been made. 

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