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Re: Why is faith not definable??? 64bowtie

Posted by rayww on November 10, 2004, at 23:21:24

In reply to Why is faith not definable??? Jai Narayan, posted by 64bowtie on November 10, 2004, at 9:54:39

I think it would be good for your community to try to define faith, but there isn't a lot of participation here.

So......you don't think animals have faith. Where does instinct come from? I always thought that the only one of God's creations that wasn't totally obedient to Him was man. Plants, animals, rocks, they all reverence and obey God. Aren't they all part of the balance of nature? Nature balances itself out in most cases, and all creatures are here for a reason. If you're not a cat how do you know they don't have faith??? I don't know how it feels to be a cat, but I know cats have feelings, and if they are capable of having feelings, why aren't they also capable of faith?

Those who believe in God also believe that all love emenates from God, even love posessed by and for animals.
http://scriptures.lds.org/gen/2/19#19

http://scriptures.lds.org/query?words=gen+6%3A7&search.x=31&search.y=10


I'm not trying to invent a topic here, or pull you away from your definition of faith. Maybe I suffer from lastwordism, along with crossbrained bipolar, and emotional dyslexia.


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