leap of faith

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leap of faith (plural leaps of faith)

  1. (philosophy, religion) The act of believing in something despite lack of proof of its truth or existence, or the attempt of something without being sure of its possible outcome.
    The religious members of my family believe in God as a leap of faith.
    He took a leap of faith by publishing his first book independently.