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- Faith in Jesus Christ is more than believing - it's a source of power…
|'Faith is believing what you know ain't so' A2 'Faith is irrational'[R] and 'demands |
a positive suspension of critical faculties.'[R] A well-known radio interviewer
provocatively said that 'science is based on evidence... and religion is, by
|Faith. Ain't. A. professing atheist called recently and asked if we could have lunch |
together. During the meal he made a strange ... in many modern atheists is often
sparked by Mark Twain's thoughtless “Faith is believing what you know ain't so.
|For example, one can now pick up a Random House dictionary and find that the |
first entry for the word “belief” is “an opinion ... Like the schoolboy who quipped
that “Faith is believing what you know ain't so,” many sensitive, thoughtful people
|Just as James 3:1 warns, “Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers |
and sisters, because you know that we will be judged more strictly” (net), so also
there is a real ... Faith is “believing what you know ain't so” (Mark Twain). 3.
|He seems to have adopted the definition of religion attributed to Mark Twain's |
apocryphal schoolboy, “Faith is believing what you know ain't so.”4 Dawkins's
definition of faith is “blind trust, in the absence of evidence, even in the teeth of ...
|N. T. Bible Reading: Hebrews 11:1-19 Our Focus: Hebrews 11:1 FAITH IS |
Hebrews chapter 1 1 is certainly the faith chapter; ... asked by his teacher to
explain what faith was, said very innocently, "well, faith is believing what you
know ain't so.
|... hunter, refer to “an American” who defined faith as “that faculty which enables |
us to believe things which we know to be untrue.” Stoker had met, near
worshipfully, Mark Twain, who had observed that “faith is believing what you
know ain't so.
|Tillie Olsen, "O Yes," Tell Me a Riddle, 1960 It was the schoolboy who said, "Faith |
is believing what you know ain't so." — Mark Twain, Following the Equator, 1897
Now I ask you what is the impulse that comes from the possession of even the ...
|A 1996 USA Today poll concluded that 79 percent of adult American 20 |
respondents believed that spiritual faith can help people recover from. Faith
Believing What You Know Ain't So Old Age and Broken Health. 223 20: Faith:
Believing What ...
|Yet it was the school-boy who said, "Faith is believing what you know ain't so." |
The timid man yearns for full value and demands a tenth. The bold man strikes for
double value and compromises on par. We can secure other people's approval if