Faith is the belief in the truths of religion; belief in the authenticity of divine revelation.
Faith may also refer to:
- trust (social sciences) in a person or entity
- Good faith, bona fides, the mental and moral state of honesty
- Bad faith, a legal concept in which a malicious motive on the part of a party in a lawsuit undermines their case
- Bad faith (existentialism), mauvaise foi, a philosophical concept wherein one denies one's total freedom, instead choosing to behave as an inert object
- the first of the theological virtues in Catholic theology
- Any specific system of religious belief ("one's faith"), see Religion
- Fáith, the Irish for "prophet, seer"
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Famous quotes containing the word faith:
“Faith means belief in something concerning which doubt is still theoretically possible; and as the test of belief is willingness to act, one may say that faith is the readiness to act in a cause the prosperous issue of which is not certified to us in advance.”
—William James (18421910)