From a debate at FTT:
Faith is a belief without proof.
And here's P-Dunn's response:
Not Biblical faith, as the Greek word pistis shows. Biblical faith is trust based on prior performance. What you're doing is taking the English definition of a Greek word and basing your idea around that. It's one of the same crippling mistakes Rook used.
I'm not sure how to respond to that one.
He is definitely getting all that stuff from JP Holding's site
(P-Dunn, if you're going to post a comment here about me "running here for help", keep in mind that you've asked Holding and others at TheologyWeb for help in debating at FTT.)