Faith | Definition of faith by Merriam-Webster

Faith | Definition of faith by Merriam-Webster
strong belief or trust in someone or something. : belief in the existence of God :
strong religious feelings or beliefs. : a system of religious beliefs.

Good faith

(disambiguation). For Wikipedia’s guideline on good faith edits, see Wikipedia:Assume good faith. Good faith (Latin: bona fides) is fair and open dealing in

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Dodgers have faith in Chase Utley
Los Angeles Times, on Thu, 20 Aug 2015 [20:45:38] -0700
Chase Utley is a six-time All-Star and a former World Series champion. He is also 36 years old. Realistically, what can the Dodgers expect from Utley at this stage of his career? The recently acquired second baseman, who is expected to be in uniform

Carly Fiorina says people of faith make better leaders …
Carly Fiorina had trouble articulating why people of faith are better leaders than non-believers, claiming that faith gives people a set of desirable and completely secular values.

Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics
William Lane Craig, published 2008, 415 pages

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