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Why do religious people consider "faith" a virtue?
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:AC 360 28544497:MV8yMDY2NTIxXzM0NzY5OTQ4X0JBMzlGN0Ew] [quote:Anonymous Coward 9788321:MV8yMDY2NTIxXzM0NzY5ODMzXzYzNjhEMkQ4] [quote:AC 360 28544497:MV8yMDY2NTIxXzM0NzY5ODAzXzQ4NDU4MTFC] Why do religious people consider faith a virtue? It's what God is looking for in us in regard to Him. [/quote] Did God personally come down from on high and tell you that? Or did you read it in a man-made book that CLAIMS to be the voice of your god? [/quote] Why yes He did. 2000 years ago. His words have been recorded more times than any other person in history. And the words that stand out for their clarity, authority can be measured against any other masterful 'sage's' words and be shown for their amazing superiority. The book may be man-made but the words in it are not. It 's the words that matter. 'Faith comes by hearing, hearing by the Word of God'. [/quote]
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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