Will people become immoral when they have power or more money unless they have good faith?
without good faith and mind, powerful people and rich people are always immoral, but power and rich people do not really scare anything until they become nothing.
Power and money possess an inherent nature to corrupt people who possess them. That's God's scheme of things. Even when people have faith in God, the nature will still play a role. May be you are right that a believer is less likely to get totally swayed by the evil powers; he is likely to have a better conscience developed -- better values, better checks and balances. May be he will have a better scope for his course-correction if he gets out of bounds with his power and money.
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