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1910 New Catholic Dictionary
The condition of one who is without the true faith, either because faith, once accepted, was culpably rejected (apostasy); or because faith was never possessed owing to one of the following reasons:
- ignorance of sufficient motives for accepting the faith (negative infidelity)
- culpable negligence to inquire into its credentials when these were proposed (privative infidelity)
- obstinate refusal to accept a well authenticated revelation (positive infidelity)
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Entry for 'Infidelity'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ncd/i/infidelity.html. 1910.