Someone who pretends they have faith to fit in or succeed in a social system, but secretly does not believe in supernatural deities.
There's no way Barack Obama isn't a faitheist.
An atheist who is "soft" on religious belief, and tolerant of even the worst intellectual and moral excesses of religion: atheist accommodationist.
A lot of leftist faitheists say, "I'm not religious, but we shouldn't criticize the Muslim oppression of women because it's a sincere religious belief.
Faitheist: one who pretends to have been an atheist who found religion, for the purpose of creating common ground to evangelize to atheists.
Faitheist: I was once an atheist
like you, but through the power of prayer
I connected with "God
" and am now a blessed follower.
Me: An atheist has no god to pray to. We both know you're full of shit.
Faitheist: I... I... God hates you and you'll burn in hell
Me: Fuck off.
someone who does not believe in god, but attends church regularly- usually by force from significant others or family.
a combination of faith
"i have to go to church with my girlfriend tomorrow"
"i thought you didnt believe in god"
"yeah, im a faitheist."
An atheist who is just as blindly sure there is no God, as the religious people are blindly sure there is one. Not to be confused with an agnostic, who thinks humans are incapable of knowing for sure what's really out there.
I was talking to this Faitheist recently and he was so damn sure his views were the right ones that he reminded me of an evangelical christian. Check your ego homie, you don't know shit.
1. (noun) Any person who believes in a supernatural super-being (like a god or gods) that supposedly created or had a hand in creating the universe, despite the lack of evidence for the existence of any such being. (Faitheists, Faitheism, Faitheistic)
2. The opposite of "atheist".
"The faitheists were outraged at the suggestion that man and apes evolved from a common ancestor."
who recognizes the value of fulfilling the human
need to have faith
and is someone who elects to not have faith in anything bigger than him/herself but secretly harbours a desire to reinvigourate the idea of community
but doesn't believe in organizing anymore.
as a faitheist, I am not a humanist.