belief without true understanding, perception, or discrimination
The blind faith of the One-Eyed MatadorKaren Russell, GQ Last fall, one of Spain's greatest matadors took a horn to the face.
Those blunt government instruments are nothing compared to blind faith in the markets.
More important, blind faith in medical solutions prevents discussion about the urgent nonmedical needs of the old.
On the other side is the blind faith that tax cuts will always ultimately pay for themselves.
One possibility could simply be blind faith, but Elaine Larson attributed it to the comfort the church brings people.
blind faith in a religion, fanatical zeal for a religion, are too common to astonish us.
Thus she clung to her blind faith that Philip would intervene.
His blind faith requires a cataclysm to shake it, and to revise a belief is impossible for him save under the stress of pain.
I always have a blind faith that my words will reach you somehow.
He believed in “scepticism as the highest duty, and in blind faith as the one unpardonable sin.”