Here's were you fail. I do not have blind faith in science. Here is my analogy on science and religion.<quoted text>Who established that? This is the problem, someone makes up a definition and do so without proof, and then many just grab hold of it. No, faith is what you choose to believe in or not believe in.
Do you believe and trust in the people or somethings that presented to you evolution, speciation, black holes, time and space measurements and many things that people present and most place blind trust in???
As for God or no God, then you have faith in your uncertainty and that the evidence presented is not sufficient for you. You do have enough faith to believe that each time you turn your car on, it will not blow up and kill your family and you.
Think a platform with stairs reaching far up into the sky and ending at another platform. We'll call that science.
Now imagine another platform and way up in the sky is another platform. There are no steps, just two platforms. We'll call that religion.
While I may not know or understand everything about science, there are these steps that we can view, test, retest and verify. That means that there is proof.
In religion, there are not verifiable, viewable steps. To get from one platform to the next requires blind faith. We cannot even talk to anyone who has made it to the top platform. In science, I can talk to millions who have walked up the stairs.
When christians use the word faith on the non-faithful, they are being dishonest.
I don't have blind faith that my child is going to come home when I tell them. I have taken steps to train my child to be respectful and obey. I don't have faith that I am going to wake up in the morning. I have successfully done so 18,809 times, why would I think tomorrow would be different?