Christians believe they can have faith and certainty at the same time; is this evidence of mental illness or evidence of their idiocy?
- Anonymous9 months agoFavourite answer
Having certainty and having faith (having trust/confidence) aren’t mutually exclusive.
Is this evidence of your mental illness or evidence of your idiocy? Or both?Source(s): You dipshit
- PaulLv 79 months ago
Certainty almost always results from faith in the evidence.
- ✞ 2 ...hunterLv 79 months ago
How is your ignorance our mental illness?
- 9 months ago
Your pointlessness ... idiocy, is outlawed demons, will be proof of your perdition to hell!
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- JustinLv 79 months ago
Faith is not 'belief in the absence of evidence.'
That is a 'new' definition invented by glue sniffing atheists.
Faith is direct genius arriving from GOD granting certainty about a process from start to finish that would otherwise require wasteful experimentation or an 'ongoing price' of blood and treasure.
Christ has already fully paid the price for our advancement. Faith is the genius that demonstrates this. However, you cannot serve both GOD and 'mammon' the false god promising 'progress' in exchange for a price. That 'advancement' carries with it a proportionate destruction that grows with every new 'advance.'
It is from this entire evil system that Christ calls us to 'repent,' not just from individual acts of sin and immorality.
- MalcolmLv 79 months ago
But Hebrews 11:1 affirms as much, especially in light of Heb. 11:6. The concepts affirmed in those two passages serve the "purpose" of Eph. 3:10-11.