From my past experiences I've noticed a trend that, the more faith or belief a person has (or say they have) in their religion, the quicker they are to get angry when people challenge their beliefs. From what I understand being challeneged and holding stead-fast is the whole point of faith. Why, then, do these people fall back on emotions instead of falling back on their faith? Is this a symptom that their faith might be much weaker than they would have us believe?
closed as not constructive by Richard Sep 19 '11 at 16:29
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