A Meditation on Faith: The Leap of Death

How is it possible that “having faith”, in other words, believing the unbelievable, is held in such high regard?

… as if “having faith”, in and of itself, is a virtue.

If that is so, then what is believed matters nothing at all. What matters… and all that matters… is that you believe.

And so, by what standards shall one’s faith be measured?

Is more faith better?

Can it really be that the most exemplary and admirable believer is he who believes the most unbelievable thing?

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2 thoughts on “A Meditation on Faith: The Leap of Death

  1. It’s like a friggin contest to see who appears to have the most faith. “Oh his faith is strong”—He believes the unbelievable really faithfully so he he righteous. Right?

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