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How many times is the word "faith" used in the bible?

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The word "faith" appears 336 times in the King James Version. Other bible versions have varying counts: Faith appears 458 times in the New International Version, 389 in the New King James Version, 378 in the New American Standard Bible and 521 in the Good News Bible (GNB).

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Faith can be defined as trust or confidence in a person or something. In religion, faith is the belief or trust in doctrines and ethics or a supreme being, usually not based on proof. Faith could also mean observance of obligation or fidelity to one’s promise or oath.

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