Someone who believes contrary to the fundamental tenets of a religion they claim to belong to.
One who does not believe in a certain religion.
Someone who does not conform to generally accepted beliefs or practices
One who does not believe in a certain principle.
(archaic) Heretical; of or pertaining to heresy or heretics.
One with no religious beliefs.
One who holds to a heresy; one who believes some doctrine contrary to the established faith or prevailing religion.
‘A man that is an heretic, after the first and second admonition, reject.’;
Not holding the faith; - applied by Christians to one who does not believe in the inspiration of the Scriptures, and the supernatural origin of Christianity; used by Mohammedans to refer to those who do not believe in Islam.
‘The infidel writer is a great enemy to society.’;
One who having made a profession of Christian belief, deliberately and pertinaciously refuses to believe one or more of the articles of faith "determined by the authority of the universal church."
One who does not believe in the prevailing religious faith; a heathen; a freethinker; - used especially by Christians and Mohammedans.
a person who holds religious beliefs in conflict with the dogma of the Roman Catholic Church
a person who does not acknowledge your God
a person who holds unorthodox opinions in any field (not merely religion)
a person who has no religion or whose religion is not that of the majority
‘a crusade against infidels and heretics’;
adhering to a religion other than that of the majority
‘the infidel foe’;
Infidel (literally ) is a term used in certain religions for those accused of unbelief in the central tenets of their own religion, for members of another religion, or for the irreligious.Infidel is an ecclesiastical term in Christianity around which the Church developed a body of theology that deals with the concept of infidelity, which makes a clear differentiation between those who were baptized and followed the teachings of the Church versus those who are outside the faith. The term infidel was used by Christians to describe those perceived as the enemies of Christianity.