If you can believe it, we can laugh at it!
Exactly what I have said. “Faith” and “Belief” both mean “Accepting as true something for which there is no supporting evidence and even much evidence against it.”
Faith and belief are two different things. I can hold beliefs that require no faith as they can be proven and I can hold beliefs that require faith as there is no proof or if the deviance indicates that I am wrong. Faith is a belief held regardless of the facts or evidence. So all faith is a belief but not all beliefs are based on faith.
1. a principle, proposition, idea, etc, accepted as true ”
So, not exactly as you said. People have beliefs about things that are probably true, and indeed, have supporting evidence.
You have the whole internet to help you, don’t just make stuff up, it’s so hypocritical.
Pretty disingenuous not to provide a link when admonishing people for not looking things up.
Definition of belief
1: an acceptance that something exists or is true, especially one without proof:
his belief in extraterrestrial life
a belief that climate can be modified beneficially
something one accepts as true or real; a firmly held opinion:
we’re prepared to fight for our beliefs
contrary to popular belief existing safety regulations were adequate
a religious conviction:
the medieval system of fervent religious belief
2: (belief in) trust, faith, or confidence in (someone or something):
a belief in democratic politics
These definitions are closer to Hitchens’ description than yours.
You need to go fuck yourself loser.
This guy just got burned
I have faith that there is no knowledge in religion.
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