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Faith , In the United States, "faith" generally connotes two things: (1) a religious tradition, such as the "Christian faith" or the "Jewish faith," and (2)… Bad Faith , The most common form of inauthenticity in the existentialism of Jean-Paul Sartre, "bad faith" is paradoxically a lie to oneself. For such self-decept… Infidel , Infidel In the strict sense, not including apostates from the faith and those who have lost the faith either through formal heresy or in any other wa… Sraddha , Śraddhā (Skt.). ‘Faith’, personified as a goddess in Hinduism. She kindles in worshippers the faith to approach Agni (and other gods) without which o… fealty , fealty •footy, putti, sooty, tutti •shufti • casualty • deputy •butty, cutty, gutty, nutty, puttee, putty, rutty, smutty •mufti, tufty •bhakti • subt… Racovian Catechism , Racovian Catechism (statement of faith of rationalist Christian movement): see SOCINIANISM.
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