12th May 2013

“Having faith in someone means assuming they will behave in the way you have come to expect. Having faith in god is a wish you hope will come true. The two shouldn't be confused.”

Anon.

4 Responses to “12th May 2013”

  1. Dan Says:

    I don’t understand why the word “faith” is used in the former context. It’s not faith to think that someone will continue to behave in the way that they always have. Trust, maybe, but still it’s experiential knowledge not faith.

  2. The Heretic Says:

    I think it is trust for the first, nat faith.

  3. The Heretic Says:

    not – typo sorry

  4. RJ Says:

    AT 1629…………………

    i agree…trust is more accurate.