On Mar 18, 2014, at 2:35 PM, kirby urner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:You just took a bunch of very different contexts and mashed them all together. And this distills truth and meaning how? I mean, what is your point here? From your mash up, what is your answer to the following two questions?
> We should be clear that the idea that "faith" is a "label" for a "state of mind" is in itself debatable.
> I'd link it more closely to "brand loyalty" which is not a "mental state" per se.
> You commit, beyond what is reasonable in some way, to an ideology. You become a "saint" by "club standards".
> Not a mental state, this "faith", not a "feeling" though specific feelings may be a *consequence* of one's faith (in a brand, religion, ideology, sports team etc.). Iconography is important.
1. Is the faith in religion the same as the faith in science?
2. If not, then how are they different?