Is there an appropriate word that describes both the nature of a believer's belief and attitude towards the object of their belief.
For example: "John left his church because, although his belief in God was unwavering, he did not hold Him in the same esteem as his peers did. He was, in fact, a ----?"
As far as I know (and I may be wrong on any of these), there are a number of words that are related to this:
Theism, agnosticism and atheism seem to describe only the nature of someone's belief in a given god, on a roughly sliding scale.
Anti-theism describes an opposition to the belief itself, but not to the object on the belief.
I've also heard of the term Dystheism, but this seems to describe what one thinks about the attitude of the god itself, rather than one's own attitude.
Perhaps I'm being too picky and one of these words does actually fit the bill.