faith

All Noun
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  • His goal was the re-introduction of faith to a city without much religion.
  • Despite this, he and his wife made it clear that they do not have any religious faith.
  • Several small groups claim to continue to practice this faith.
  • Let us consider whether is the greater, the place or the Faith.
  • He also claims that faith is used only in the absence of good supporting evidence.
  • In the religion's view, faith and knowledge are both required for spiritual growth.
  • However, with faith and prayer people can find greater happiness than without.
  • Christians since the faith's early years have regarded him as a saint.
  • His lack of faith in her political abilities was the primary reason.
  • He describes faith as belief without evidence; a process of active non-thinking.
  • That is, after all, more consistent with many elements of a traditional faith.
  • They had faith that God was on their side.
  • Now that faith has come, we are no longer under the supervision of the law.
  • He who holds the place, or he who holds the Faith?
  • He was even said to have made fun of people who put their faith on a supreme being.
  • Similarly, it is impossible to have faith and scientific knowledge about the same thing.
  • Faith does not involve a search by natural reason to prove what is believed.
  • Before Christians have faith, they must understand in whom and in what they have faith.
  • And now these three remain: faith, hope and love.
  • True love is born when all faiths are united as a whole.
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Meaning of faith

  • noun Complete confidence in a person or plan etc
    he cherished the faith of a good woman, the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust
  • noun Loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person
    keep the faith, they broke faith with their investors