A slip of tounge or a confession of belief?

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patches's picture

I make slip all the time.

I make slip all the time. Sometimes I'll revert to my old ccatholic way and say oh, my god, and then laugh at the absurdity. I don't now if he was christian before but it probaly is a slip.

And faith is used so loosley these does. Although the real definition is believing in something not based on logic or reason. But it also say believing in something unconditionaly, or without facts, like being told something from someone trustworthy, and believing it based on what the person said.

So, depending on which definiton of faith you are using, it could be either way.

"Faith: not wanting to know what is true." - Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)
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Sapient's picture

Too funny that you

Too funny that you responded. This was a joke when I said it, a joke when he made the image, and a joke when he posted about it.

- Brian Sapient


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