Yes Mike, I have blind faith and if you practice what you preach--no pun intended, so do you.<quoted text>I believe people believe in things with blind faith, so it clearly exists. Is blind faith good? Not in my opinion? Do you think it is good? If so, why? I see no one wants to answer any of my questions, but I answer all your questions.
Main Entry: blind faith
Part of Speech: n
Definition: belief without true understanding, perception, or discrimination
I give this definition of blind faith and you tell me again do you have blind faith? You don't believe in God, yet by your own explanation, you seem to hold this belief without a true understanding. Lately, some of your posts seem to give pause to your initial explanations, which would lead me to believe you're working off blind faith, thus your blind faith in no God, is just like my blind faith there is a God. I believe TSF had a very good explanation one time and I might not get it word for word, but because a blind man can't see the stars, does this mean they don't exist--his quote ended. If a blind man believes there are stars though he can't see them, is he believing off blind faith and do you think his he's wrong? BTW, there are stars and his blind faith would be correct IMO.
I don't find blind faith a bad thing. You're not a kid anymore Mike, I don't need to tell you, but I bet at some point in your life, you've probably had to reach out to someone for something with blind faith it would be provided.