Bible Kinds of Faith


Since the 1970s, The Way International has been engaged in a Biblical study of the Greek word pistis, most often translated “faith” in the King James Version of the Bible, to understand its accurate usage in the New Testament. The words “faith” and “believing” in the King James and other versions of the Bible are used interchangeably; however, they are not synonymous. One concern has been that the current English usage of the word “faith” implies no believing action, which the context of many of the occurrences of pistis shows in the Scriptures. Many on the ministry research team continued working this topic over the years, seeking to understand the different uses and usages of this word pistis and the different Bible kinds of faith.

This publication, Bible Kinds of Faith, is a result of those many years of study. We are thankful to now make it available for others to study.


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