Wednesday, 20 February 2013


Faith is a strong or unshakeable belief in something, without proof or strong evidence. In religion, faith often consists of confident assurance in belief of claims about the character of God, nature or the universe. While some have argued that faith is opposed to reason, proponents of faith argue that the proper domain of faith concerns questions which cannot be settled by evidence. For example, faith can be applied to attitudes about the future, which (by definition) has not yet occurred.

1 comment:

  1. To have faith, one must have strong character because the evidence of knowing truths are not always conveniently plastered in our face.