For anyone who likes this blog, feel free to follow my new project known as faithGnosis. It is a large scale attempt to identify the relationship between faith-based propositions and knowledge. Is faith and knowledge synonymous or are these two very separate things? Let’s find out together!

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As a brief disclaimer, I am defining faith much like I did in my previous post. It is getting nuanced just a little more by focusing on the sense of conviction or confidence that faith is often associated with. Faith is thereby being defined here as: A firm belief, conviction, or sense of assurance in something for which there is no proof. A few synonymous terms used here are faith as a sense of certainty, confidence, trust, or even as a feeling. A helpful definition for truth would be: anything which is true or in accordance with fact or reality.

On a scale of one to ten, one being least certain and ten being most certain, how certain are you that faith is in accordance with fact or reality? Faith is often described as a deep sense of assurance or conviction. In the Bible it is described as, “the substance of things hoped for…

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