The Implicit Problem of “Faith”

Words mean things, and conflating the word “faith” with knowledge based reasoning is really troublesome. Diana explains that fundamentally faith is believing something just because you feel like it, or that you simply want it to be true, despite any facts (or worse, in the face of contrary evidence) to support its veracity.

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