Infidel is the kind of people? What is the infidel? He doors is a good or bad?

April 27, 2007 8:28am CST
In the Christian view, the infidel those with formal or retain the core values and teachings of sync with the views of the people; abandon their Christian beliefs, obvious apostasy; infidels from the separatist sect to, or leave from the church, They do not submit to dogmatic and often disputes. Infidel actually think they own the church is a ...
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@Modestah (11192)
• United States
20 Mar 08
Infidel is latin for un faithful - and pertains to those without faith. unbelievers. those who will not believe anything unless they can eithe rperceive it with their senses, or comprehend it with their understanding. So - Saint Thomas was an unbeliever when he refused to believe in teh resurrection of Jesus Christ, unless he should put his finger into His side - there are many today that are like St Thomas was; they will believe nothing except what they can see with their eyes or grasp with their reason; all else like all the mysteries of faith, they reject. St John Chrysostom says of unbelief that it is " like a sandy soil that grows no fruit however much rain falls upon it"
@urbandekay (18312)
20 Mar 08
Hi, Strictly speaking an infidel is one that does not accept the divinity of Jesus and also holds beliefs contrary to Catholic Dogma. But the Catholic Church has introduced many innovations and corruptions into Christianity, since it split from the Orthodox Church in the 11th Century. Even having a Pope or Priests is expressly forbidden by Jesus. all the best urban