Definition of indifferentist in English:

indifferentist

Pronunciation /inˈdif(ə)rən(t)əst/ /ɪnˈdɪf(ə)rən(t)əst/

noun

See indifferentism

‘Secondly, Nietzsche complains, the indifferentists are too detached, not excited enough.’
  • ‘Again, it betrays something of a complacent or indifferentist attitude toward modern life.’
  • ‘It is unfortunately true, we must admit it, not seldom has pantheism made men into indifferentists.’
  • ‘It is clear, however, that both the indifferentist position and the rigorist position pose serious problems from a moral and theological perspective.’
  • ‘And in this day of the social gospel, the indifferentist likes to stress, besides, that it isn't so much a question of what you believe, but of how you live!’

Pronunciation

indifferentist

/inˈdif(ə)rən(t)əst/ /ɪnˈdɪf(ə)rən(t)əst/