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Synonyms for faith

Synonyms for faith

absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something

a system of religious belief

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

Synonyms for faith

a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

complete confidence in a person or plan etc

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loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person

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At first glance, Breaking Faith is a highly captivating novel for teens; however, it's also subtly educational, the result of Graziani's in-depth research, which included working with addiction and mental health professionals.
Glen Parker, sales and marketing director for the Brandon Sun, told E&P, "We struggled with how to best monetize our 'Breaking Faith' series.
Speaking in Tuesday's debate on university top-up fees, Mr Hague said: "This is not just a Government breaking faith with the electorate, this is the body politic breaking faith with the electorate."
Former Tory leader and Welsh Secretary William Hague told Labour MPs that in keeping faith with their leader they were breaking faith with the country in what would be seen as betrayal of the manifesto commitment not to introduce top-up fees.
Writes George: "'Adult Catholicism' does not mean creating an alternative church, arrogantly breaking faith with the church and her teachings; it means finding ways to take responsibility for them, humbly and together, and to speak of them civilly to those who do not understand, let alone believe."
It lost contact with its target market and, as a consequence, began breaking faith with its core consumer.
It was the beginning of two years of torment, and shortly, when he began to scheme to evade combat, a time of profound guilt that he was breaking faith with his fellow grunts, the most reprehensible crime for soldiers.
After all, they raised these funds on their own, often for mission work or to assist some specialized ministry, and could be breaking faith with the donors if the money were put into the general congregation coffers at year's end.
"I had been writing a feature-film script entitled Breaking Faith when I was living in Montreal for awhile in the 1990s.