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Faith is not bewilderment

Posted by 64bowtie on November 13, 2004, at 15:55:02

In reply to Re: Why is faith not definable??? Jai Narayan, posted by verne on November 13, 2004, at 0:55:20

> Faith is about the inexplicable, the unprovable, and the unseen.

<<< Faith is acceptance of partial information, not a succombing bewilderment toward all information for the sake of magical outcomes.

> Where's my faith, if I knew the facts?

<<< We can never know all the facts, therefore we can bridge this cravasse with faith that the extrapolation of the facts we do know continue on toward truth even though we can't see the unfolding of the proof we desire.

First and foremost, faith is a tool... to an end.





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