Just as no unbeliever may be barred from federal service for his atheism, no true believer may be excluded for his abiding faith.
What consolation has the orthodox religion for the widow of the unbeliever, the widow of a good, brave, kind man?
I will go and visit this unbeliever, and will tell him in what scorn I hold him.'
In his new work Lechworthy was yoked with an unbeliever, or at least with one who doubted.
They sang once more, a hymn that prophesied woe to the unbeliever.
The man is lost in the unbeliever's "narrow vale lying between two cold, bleak, barren eternities," viz: life.
Shall we believe the oath of an unbeliever attainted of sacrilege?
Amandus was so much an unbeliever as to be willing to hazard the discovery.
In this case the believers were all lost and the unbeliever saved.
It is plainly implied, then, in this qualifying phrase, that it is unlawful for a Christian to marry an unbeliever.