Talk:Argument from faith

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There are sorts of beliefs that you must hold in order to be a functioning human. You do not have to hold them unexamined, however. The most basic beliefs I know of that you can hold are Occam's razor and induction. You can determine, with Occam's razor and induction, whether Occam's razor and induction work in our universe. You see the problem. You might be justified in calling my continuing use of Occam's razor and induction an act of faith.

Premise 2 is useless in this argument. An appropriate premise would be "The existence of God can be determined by faith". The phrasing used seeks to justify a lack of physical evidence.

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