Difference between revisions of "Belief"

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'''Belief''' is the state, where an individual accepts a premise to be true.  
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'''Belief''' is the state where an individual accepts a premise to be true.  
  
 
Belief is weaker than [[faith]].  While both are based in part on logic or evidence, faith goes beyond belief in realizing the unseen and achieving good based on it.
 
Belief is weaker than [[faith]].  While both are based in part on logic or evidence, faith goes beyond belief in realizing the unseen and achieving good based on it.
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Latest revision as of 21:44, 4 March 2013

Belief is the state where an individual accepts a premise to be true.

Belief is weaker than faith. While both are based in part on logic or evidence, faith goes beyond belief in realizing the unseen and achieving good based on it.