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Subject Why do religious people consider "faith" a virtue?
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Original Message Faith is defined as believing in something without any absolute proof.

Even you religious folk can admit that other false religions have millions of people tied to them based on this "virtue" of "faith".

Faith is a ridiculously dangerous concept.
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