• act in bad faith
  • 信義を破る,不誠実に行動する
  • an act of faith
  • 信頼に基づく行為
  • break [keep] (one's) faith with ...
  • …との約束を破る[守る]
  • by [on] one's faith
  • 誓って,確かに
  • lose faith in ...
  • …を信じなくなる
  • on the faith of ...
  • …を信用して[保証として]
  • pin one's faith on [to] ...=put one's faith in ...
  • …を固く信じる
  • restore a person's faith (in ...)
  • 人の(…への)信頼を回復させる
  • A staunch Jain and a disputant, Vidyananda argued for the cause of his faith in the Vijayanagara court and other provincial courts.
  • Wikipedia: Vijayanagara literature in Kannada
  • Accusations of bad faith were exchanged between the governor and the Senate, after which Garrard nominated John Adair, the popular Speaker of the House.
  • Wikipedia: James Garrard
  • After 1555, the Peace of Augsburg became the legitimating legal document governing the co-existence of the Lutheran and Catholic faiths in the German lands of the Holy Roman Empire, and it served to ameliorate many of the tensions between followers of the so-called Old Faith and the followers of Luther, but it had two fundamental flaws.
  • Wikipedia: Cologne War
  • Although Gawain sins by putting his faith in the girdle and not confessing when he is caught, the Green Knight pardons him, thereby allowing him to become a better Christian by learning from his mistakes.
  • Wikipedia: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • Applewhite maintained some aspects of their scientific teachings, but, in the 1980s, the group became more like a religion in its focus on faith and submission to authority.
  • Wikipedia: Marshall Applewhite
  • Archaeological evidence seems to point to a rapid conversion brought about by an official adoption of the new faith.
  • Wikipedia: Kingdom of Makuria
  • As a student, he lost his faith in God, and from that point on he became a skeptic.
  • Wikipedia: Learned Hand
  • As his sons had desired and planned, Wilberforce has long been viewed as a Christian hero, a statesman-saint held up as a role model for putting his faith into action.
  • Wikipedia: William Wilberforce
  • Clarence would fight alongside Edward in the centre, although this was not due to faith in his ability—it was easier for the Yorkists to keep an eye on their twice-defected prince there.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Barnet
  • During the service, Hensley loudly delivered a sermon on the topic of faith.
  • Wikipedia: George Went Hensley
  • He also produced several confessions of faith in order to unite the churches.
  • Wikipedia: John Calvin
  • He frequently harangued his troops to have faith in the Führer and uphold the virtues of National Socialism.
  • Wikipedia: Walter Model
  • He was a devotee of Basavanna (the founder of the Veerashaiva movement), and all his writings propagate that faith.
  • Wikipedia: Hoysala literature
  • He was one of the forty-one signers of the Mayflower Compact which states the colony's purpose was to advance the Christian faith for the Glory of God.
  • Wikipedia: Myles Standish
  • Heale, who finds that scholars now concur that Reagan rehabilitated conservatism, turned the nation to the right, practiced a considerably pragmatic conservatism that balanced ideology and the constraints of politics, revived faith in the presidency and in American self-respect, and contributed to victory in the Cold War.
  • Wikipedia: Ronald Reagan
  • Hence, he narrowed the range of good works that would be considered necessary and reinforced the primacy of faith.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Cranmer
  • Her religious faith was another important resource as she ventured repeatedly into Maryland.
  • Wikipedia: Harriet Tubman
  • His sermon was marked by his consideration of the Bible as his sole authority and the doctrine of justification by faith alone, two elements that would remain in his thoughts throughout the rest of his life.
  • Wikipedia: John Knox
  • However, after the decline of the Vijayanagara empire, when wars erupted in the Deccan region, the Muslim rulers had to accept the faiths of Maharashtra in order to gather the support of its people.
  • Wikipedia: Vithoba