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believe

(Presume), verb admit, apprehend, assert, assume, be assured, be certain, be convinced, conceive, consider, declare, deduce, deem, divine, expect, fancy, feel, guess, hold, imagine, infer, judge, know, opine, perceive, postulate, presuppose, realize, regard, rely on, suppose, surmise, suspect, swallow, theorize, think, trust in, understand

believe

(Trust), verb accept, accredit, acknowledge, be confident of, be sure of, buy, count on, credit, entrust with, give credence to, have confidence in, have faith in, hope, rely upon, swear by
Associated concepts: believe a witness, liable, making a false statement, perjury, slander
See also: deem, expect, guess, opine, presume, presuppose, surmise, suspect, think
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Visible worship was "spirituall worship," or worship that springs from the Holy Spirit, who leads the believer in obedient response.
However, he gives a nod of approval to Catholicism, principally because he owns that this is a religion which allows "a direct encounter between the believer and spiritual realities" (p.
The non-believing historian will not accept from Iqbal, the believer, the proof-text of "revelation" for establishing mutually acceptable premises, or terms designed to hold truth-value, for a debate concerning the history of religions.
There is a wide range of interpretation with the Anglican Communion of the nature of Christ's presence and the role of the faith of the believer.
Such focus in prayer allows the believer to recognize God as the source of change and grace.
In the view of the Coalition, Scalia's new rules gave too much power to the state and almost guaranteed that when a religious believer came into conflict with a government regulation, the believer would lose.
With successful and critically acclaimed films like Sex and Lucia and The Believer, we believe this partnership is a perfect fit and look forward to their upcoming releases.
There is one very important difference that distinguishes the believer from the unbeliever amid all this worldly confusion.
Jill Jack, local performer and singer who wrote the Believer anthem, kicked off the launch with 15 school children singing in the background.
The believer then lives a life of theological desire, a desire for the infinite that takes on a negative and positive dimension.
To thoroughly support accusations of delusion and paranoia, one must marshal evidence that what the believer asserts isn't true.
This phase leads the believer even further into despair, inevitably confronting his or her inability to fulfill the law of God.