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The article now says "Faith in God is the opposite of nihilism". Because nihilism is "belief in nothing", I think it would be more accurate to say "Faith is the opposite of nihilism" - "God" is a bit specific, and regardless of what we think about it, having faith in little green men instead of God, or even atheism based on science, would also be antithetical to nihilism. Someone with faith in something, anything, isn't a nihilist. This seems like a pretty simple change to me, but I'd like to see what the community thinks. Thanks! DouglasL 19:55, 10 January 2011 (EST)