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Meanings and phrases
- a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; religion; religious belief
- complete confidence in a person or plan etc; trust
- an institution to express belief in a divine power; religion; organized religion
- loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person
- a title that Leo X bestowed on Henry VIII and later withdrew; parliament restored the title and it has been used by English sovereigns ever since
- (Christianity) any of the sections into which a creed or other statement of doctrine is divided; credendum
- an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence; conviction; strong belief
- care provided through prayer and faith in God; faith healing
- care provided through prayer and faith in God; faith cure
- He was critical of Christian Science and faith healing.
- Parks is not religious, but is a believer in faith healing.
- Nearly all scientists dismiss faith healing as pseudoscience.
- a guarantee to pay interest and principal on debt; usually issued by the United States Treasury
- having honest intentions; straightness
- Some discretion and good faith is sufficient.
- (****)= Possible overclaim in good faith.
- Even so, they had continued to pay those fees in good faith.
- with trust and confidence
- She is losing her religious faith and increasingly despairs.
- "Communism is incompatible with religious faith", they wrote.
- Negro spirituals were primarily expressions of religious faith.
- The main legal concept in article 138 is bad faith.
- In some quarters Oppenheimer has been accused of treating his subjects in bad faith.
- Parties acting in bad faith may be able to access such voice mailboxes via Caller ID spoofing.
- "There is no new faith given but the old awakened."
- No new faith is given but Adam's old faith is rewakened.
- Her story is thought to have exemplified the gender equality of the new faith.
- (Many others had lost faith earlier, during the Moscow purge trials.)
- However, once he found that Feng Jiu was not as he'd imaged her to be, he lost faith in women.
- The population had lost faith in the official tradition, which was no longer perceived as an effective way to communicate with Heaven.
- Paul teaches that through faith, the faithful have been joined with Jesus and freed from sin.
- According to Clement, it is through faith in Christ that we are enlightened and come to know God.
- He stresses that knowledge of God can only be achieved through faith once one's moral faults have been corrected.
- The text of the profession of faith, , is the Nicene Creed.
- The Shahada, or profession of faith is said five times a day during prayer.
- Bishop Marello issued another one on 25 January 1893 regarding the profession of faith.
- Leo and Cyril taught the same thing, ...This is the true faith...This is the faith of the fathers.
- The "fact that Christianity is contrary to reason ... is the necessary precondition for true faith."
- In it, he explains the essential virtues that reflect true faith through related Quranic verses and prophetic sayings.
- No confession of faith was asked for or given by either party.
- The Savoy Declaration is the confession of faith held by the Congregationalist churches.
- His name heads in 1644 the signatories to a confession of faith drawn up by seven churches "commonly (but unjustly) called anabaptists."
- "That is why faith alone makes someone just and fulfills the law," said Luther.
- The doctrine of justification by faith alone was a direct inheritance from Luther.
- Law is to be found in faith alone because the letter killeth but the spirit giveth life (5.47).