I KNOW that in which I believe

​There is a difference between being a follower and a believer and a believer must study and critique what they believe to know that in which they believe. On the other hand, for so many who would deign these days to critique believers,  critical thought stopped at the point were they sought to advance their own egotistical ideologies and impose them, under the guise of some fake definition of consciousness, on others. 

How ironic it is that the nonbeliever chides the believer for faith in what they allege the former has only incomplete knowledge. For they themselves have incontrovertible faith in the idea that faith is in vain, totally without any knowledge of the God the believer seeks to serve, refusing to accept any information that might contribute to such understanding.


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