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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Anonymous: "Blind faith is an ironic gift to return to the Creator of human intelligence."

Although I agree with the above sentiment completely, I tagged it as a "questionable quote" because for some reason I cannot fathom, it appears in The Atheist's Bible.  My best guess (and note that I admit it is only a guess) is that Joan Konner, who conceived and edited the "tome", is under the impression that all faith is blind, despite the multitude of Christians who reject the idea.(for those who don't find that these links aren't enough, simply google ["faith based on evidence" bible].

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  1. All faith is blind, by definition. If it was based on unbiased evidence (something other than unquestioned authority/tradition or personal revelation) then it wouldn't be faith anymore, it would be tentative science at the very least. If there are Christians who argue this is indeed the case, why isn't it known by all? Don't be stingy. Be aggressive with promoting this into science. It is, unfortunately I fear, simply not there.


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