nonbeliever

[non-bi-lee-ver]
noun
a person who lacks belief or faith, as in God, a religion, an idea, or an undertaking.

Origin:
non- + believer

nonbelieving, adjective


doubter, skeptic, questioner, cynic.
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nonbeliever (ˌnɒnbɪˈliːvə)
 
n
a person who does not believe, esp in God and religion

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Example sentences
All this blather about how a nonbeliever might be able to do what a believer
  does is a snooze.
All of this scouring for medical miracles when the real miracle, for believer
  and nonbeliever, is existence and life itself.
The book is full of logical flourishes and conundrums, many of them
  entertaining to the nonbeliever.
As a nonbeliever, it is a convenient time to celebrate when people are usually
  happy.
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