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faiths, plural;
  1. Complete trust or confidence in someone or something
    • - this restores one's faith in politicians
  2. Strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof

  3. A system of religious belief
    • - the Christian faith
  4. A strongly held belief or theory
    • - the faith that life will expand until it fills the universe

  1. religion: a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
  2. complete confidence in a person or plan etc; "he cherished the faith of a good woman"; "the doctor-patient relationship is based on trust"
  3. religion: an institution to express belief in a divine power; "he was raised in the Baptist religion"; "a member of his own faith contradicted him"
  4. loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person; "keep the faith"; "they broke faith with their investors"
  5. Faith is the confident belief or trust in the truth or trustworthiness of a person, idea, or thing. The word faith can refer to a religion itself or to religion in general. ...
  6. The earliest Latin writers used vates to denote "prophets" and soothsayers in general; the word fell into disuse in Latin until it was revived by Virgil . Thus Ovid could describe himself as the vates of Eros (Amores 3.9).
  7. This is a list of fictional nations and factions from the Japanese science fiction franchise Mobile Suit Gundam SEED. In this futuristic interpretation, nations and states of today's world have evolved into a number of political superblocs, with numerous political factions among them.
  8. Faith was founded in 1984 by Roger Johansson (guitars), Christer Nilsson (bass, vocals) and Peter Svensson (drums), who had always been the stable part of the line-up ever since. ...
  9. Faith is the eighth episode in the fourth season of the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica. It first aired on television on May 9, 2008. The episode guest starred actress Nana Visitor, best known for her role as Kira Nerys on ''''.
  10. Faith (Pāli: saddhā, Sanskrit: śraddhā) is an important constituent element of the teachings of the Buddha for all traditions of Buddhism, though the kind and nature of faith changes in the different schools. ...
  11. A feeling, conviction or belief that something is true, real, or will happen; An obligation of loyalty or fidelity; The observance of such an obligation; A religious belief system; Belief and trust in the Christian God's promises revealed through Christ in the New Testament; A trust or ...
  12. A female given name
  13. Differentia: Accepted without reason or evidence and often in spite of evidence
  14. the belief in things that cannot be detected or proven, without evidence or in the face of contrary evidence. Also an admission of ignorance, and worse, a rigid determination to not be swayed by indisputable facts. (see Superstition)
  15. The noun whose verbal actions are to believe and to trust. – When I have faith I believe and/or trust in the person or thing of which I have faith in. – (Hebrews 11:1).
  16. (sraddha, xinxin): Confidence in your teacher that he or she can lead you to liberation, confidence that the dharma provides the path to achieve liberation; and confidence in yourself that you can do it.  All three are very important in the practice of esoteric Buddhism. See "shraddha," DHARMA.
  17. Belief without evidence as in trusting God instead of circumstances
  18. A system of religious belief. There are many and they conflict with each other.
  19. For anyone in the Middle Ages, faith was a cornerstone element of their lives, without which the struggle and privations. For a medieval person, life on earth was but a brief transition to the afterlife in heaven, hell or purgatory. ...
  20. In general terms, faith is simply the belief in things unseen and unproven. Demonstrated facts, for example, do not require faith. In Protestantism, faith takes on a deeper meaning. It is the acceptance of God with the whole self, that is, with one's mind, emotions, and will.
  21. is, for me, the most nebulous of these terms — at least as UUs use it. It's often a generic term for religion, as in the awful phrase "people of faith." But it's also a term for the ultimate commitments people orient their lives around. ...
  22. a dynamic intuitive conviction in the inner being of the truth of supersensible things which cannot be proved by any physical evidence but which are a subject of experience; the soul's witness to something not yet manifested, achieved or realised, but which yet the Knower within us feels to be ...
  23. The person’s complete trust-or "existential" knowledge if faith is considered a kind of knowing – that s/he belongs to the God who sides with victims, with scapegoats; for Christians the trust or existential knowledge directed to God is based on Jesus Christ as model or mediator (see Model/ ...
  24. nickname for Lai Xa (geo: 21 04 01N 105 43 23E; UTM: 48QWJ75102953), site of major NVN prison camp for captive allied population; also known as Don Hoi. Dates US POWs present: 14 Jun 70 to 24 Nov 70. This was a PAVN radio communications center during the VIETNAM WAR. ...
  25. The substance of what is hoped for, the evidence of what is yet unseen. Believing in the truth revealed by God. [Hb 11:1, Rm 4:18-25,10:17, Jn 20:31. Bible Study on Faith.]