Well, ++ for effort, but your proposed names would need some reconsideration. Problem is that "unbeliever" and "infidel" are synonyms; as are "offender", "sinner", and "transgressor"; as are "heretic" and "blasphemer". "Fallen" refers to pretty much everybody.
I would propose a taxonomy with fewer levels. How about
| -1 || Benighted |
| -2 || Sinner |
| -3 || Excommunicant |
| -4 || Witch |
| -4 || Troll |
Hmmmm... A Possible down-side to this whole idea is that it gives persons of a certain anti-social inclination something to strive for. In effect, it rewards undesirable behavior.
Maybe what we need is something like:
| -1 || Penitent |
| -2 || Excommunicant |
...porque es dificil estar guapo y blanco.
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