Faith and Belief: The Difference Between Them
Is what, or whether, one believes the significant religious question?
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It has always been significant, what system one chose; and will continue to be.
Yet the central religious question has always been not that, but another. The final
religious category, as the Qur'an well illustrates, is the category of faith, ...
(One may wonder whether in the realm of our concerns, the most significant and
in the end most contributory characteristic of the Hindu may not turn out to be this
personalizing of the decisive locus of religious life.) It is an attitude, in the first ...
"Belief" became in significant part the category of thought by which skeptics,
reducing others' faith to manageability, translated that faith into mundane terms.
They substituted for an interest in it as faith an interest rather in the exotic mental
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