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Correct. Faith Is Not A Definition.

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Posted by Eric Clark on October 24, 2003 16:13:29 UTC

RE:>> * The question was what faith was defined as (faith in ANYTHING, not just in your own God.) *

Actually, I thought the question was "What is Faith ?" rather than what is the word faith defined as. For this, couldn't you just use a dictionary ?

No. It was not asking about faith in ANYTHING.
If I am not mistaken, the question is asking about faith according to what is in the 'book'.
If I got the wrong 'book', then I agree with you.
But I took the 'book' to mean the Bible.

RE:>> * You can't define faith by saying "I'm right." *
I'm not saying I am right. I am trying to say what the 'book' says that faith is.
I believe it was indicated that this was the same 'book' that "In God we trust" was derived from.

If I'm wrong about the question, then I'm wrong about the question. But this was my perception of the question, and thus, my answer.

God bless America and help us remain a country based on the 'book'.

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