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Message Subject Why do religious people consider "faith" a virtue?
Poster Handle AC 360
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9788321

In the good book, it says 'Without faith it is impossible to please God'. No faith - no pleasing God. Having faith - pleasing God. When Jesus upbraided his followers for not being able to reproduce the same miracle, they were chastened with 'O ye of little faith'.

Why do religious people consider faith a virtue? It's what God is looking for in us in regard to Him.
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