blind faith

This page is about the collocation blind faith

collocation pattern: adjective + noun


unquestioning belief in something, even when it's unreasonable or wrong

For example

  • Blind faith is still fuelling many religious conflicts.

  • The Buddha told us to find out for ourselves, and never demanded blind faith.

Quick Quiz

If someone has blind faith, it means they

a. refuse to believe their own eyes

b. refuse to question their beliefs

c. refuse to practise their faith

Contributor: Matt Errey