There ya go, evidence that christianity (more particularly funnymentalist christians) often re-define words to suite their own ends, take “scientific theory” for example, funnymentalist christians often interpret the term as guess. Or how about “morality” where they claim it does not apply to people who don’t think as they do. Jeesus f*?#ing christ on a crutch they even think christianity invented the concept.<quoted text>
By your definition faith is fact.
4 - a truth known by actual experience or observation
1 - Complete trust or confidence in someone or something.
2 -Strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.
I have actual experience with faith.
This is the part where you say something about how I'm dumb and how much better it is to be like you.
Definition of ‘Experience’- Noun - Practical contact with and observation of facts or events.
See that,“practical’, not believed, not imagined but “practical”
And the definition of ‘Practical’ Adjective - Of or concerned with the ‘actual’ doing or use of something
See that “actual” not believed, not imagined but “actual”
And the definition of ‘Actual”– Adjective - Existing in fact
Oh look, full circle.
And of course as a good christian you misinterpret or deliberately confuse dream, trust, belief, imagination with practical, indisputable experience.
Belief in something is not actually experiencing, e.g. I can have faith that I turn the oven on, I can dream it and imagine turning the oven on but until I actually reach out and turn the knob the oven remains stubbornly off.
No, you believe you experienced, you have faith that you experienced, you cannot actually provide practical evidence for that experience
Why would I say you are dumb, you are entitled to believe whatever you want, the dumbness comes in when you don’t know the difference between reality and belief