Is it because of me that your weakness and unfaith have come upon you?
It is not the extreme of unfaith, but rather of weakness and misery.
Yet where do we see the lowest point of unfaith and meanness, in Ephraim or Succoth?
"Let the faith or unfaith of This, That, or the other Rabbi answer for me," she says—it is her last argument.
There is a reticence which is of faith, just as there may be a reticence which is of cowardice or unfaith.
Here, in this very house, are there none who hesitate between faith and unfaith?
It was clear Brum must not be told; his unfaith might spoil all.
For in religion as in love, "Unfaith in aught is want of faith in all."
For unfaith is the belief in process; and faith is the belief in person.
And to Thyrsis, on the other hand, the idea of immortality was the consummation of all unfaith.