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  1. callalily
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    Red face "Believe in" or "believe"?

    Which one is correct?

    Do you fight for what you believe in? or
    DO you fight for what you believe?


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    Re: "Believe in" or "believe"?

    You fight for what you believe in.

    Note the difference between
    a) I believe in God.
    b) I believe God.

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