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    My faith is very complicated because I come from a Buddhist background and Learned Buddhism and been a very good follower of it. I was born in Sri Lanka. Growing up in a Buddhist family in Sri Lanka, my faith was initially introduced to me by my parents. My parents claimed to be strong Buddhists and they practiced their faith very often. Because of them I was very involved in practicing and learning more about Buddhism. To me Buddhism is a way of life. Buddhists believe that life is pain and suffering

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    that they need to choose between faith or learning. There is a need for a balance between the two. Faith without reason is nothing more than childish, while science without religion is meaningless. This essay will dive into what faith is and what the relationship between faith and learning looks like. According to Miriam-Webster, faith is complete trust in something or someone. Faith is not ignoring facts or evidence in spite or what a belief states. In religion, faith is being sure that God’s character

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    more one questions ones faith; but faith is intrinsic in humans, just as the ability to love. If we can love, then we can believe. Every individual has a different answer to the question “what is the basis of faith?” some would say it is Christ, others, the Bible, God, angels, etc. and some may even reject faith as a whole. However, if the basis of faith is Christ, why do so many individuals struggle to accept His truth, His word, and His evidences? If the basis of faith is the Bible, what does

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    A Dwindling Faith

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    A Dwindling Faith "My eyes had opened and I was alone, terribly alone in a world without God…" (Wiesel 68). Most people would think hard times would strengthen people's faith, that they would rely even more on their beliefs. But that is not always the case. In times of great crises, people's faith may disintegrate to an almost nonexistent state. When people must look to physical things like food for survival, spiritual things like faith tend to be dropped. It has no use anymore. Night by Elie

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    Faith and Reason

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    Faith and reason were two modes of belief that dominated the history of Western Civilization. Both faith and reason were popularized as tools to understand the universe in Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian eras. By conflicting with each other, these two modes of belief sparked a lot of controversy. Reason or rationality is belief based on concrete evidence and logic. The development of one’s reason relies heavily on observation and questioning. Greco-Roman philosophers believed in the power of the

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    Have Faith

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    you to, “Just have faith?” This is what Leif Enger, the author of the novel Peace Like a River wants readers to know after reading this powerful story. Having faith is trusting God to a certain outcome when it is utterly ridiculous and illogical. Faithful people believe in something that they cannot comprehend. In Peace Like a River by Leif Enger, the idea that the author wants us to know that we should have our hearts open to God and his great works, and that we should have faith is demonstrated thorough

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    Defender Of The Faith

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    many stories throughout his lifetime. "Defender of the Faith" is a short story that was published in his first collection entitled Goodbye, Columbus which also included four other short stories and a novella. To understand Roth's writing one must first look at his life and where he got his general ideas from. In many of Roth's stories he encompasses parts of his life that he has dealt with such as being a Jewish American. In "Defender of the Faith" we watch a Sergeant in the United States Army come

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    The Dynamics of Faith

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    The Dynamics of Faith The Dynamics of Faith is an in-depth look at what faith is from a theological perspective. Tillich seems to be replying to all of the writers we have read thus far and placing their arguments within the context of faith. Nowhere is this more apparent than on page 24, in his discussion of community. He rightly acknowledges that faith is usually seen in its sociologic setting. He then proceeds to sort out the different claims, saying that community is necessary to see the

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    Importance Of Faith

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    UNDERSTANDING THE PRIORITY OF FAITH Heb. 11:6 tells us…”Without faith, it is impossible to please Him.” Who is Him? GOD. Here we see the emphasis our Father puts on faith; although few seem to understand this. I believe He is showing us what our priority with faith should be. Our priority with faith should be to please Him. Most of us, because we haven’t totally put “self” on the cross with Jesus, have another priority - me. Our faith is usually centered around MY need, MY health, MY blessing

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    Faith and Reason

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    evolutionary biologist and the University of Oxford’s Professor for Public Understanding of Science once said, “Faith is the great cop-out, the great excuse to evade the need to think and evaluate evidence. Faith is belief in spite of, even perhaps because of, the lack of evidence.” Professor Dawkins is an avid evangelist of reason and logic, and condemns any faith-based worldviews, seeing faith and reason as complete opposites. The conflict between the two is and everlasting debate, pondered by many

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