Faith Ain’t Nonsensical

The common view of faith is well represented by this speech from Jack McDevitt's novel Odyssey: Faith is conviction without evidence, and sometimes even in the face of contrary evidence. In some quarters, this quality is perceived as a virtue. In fact, this is not what the Catholic Church means by faith. Per Cardinal Schönborn, A blind faith, one that would simply demand a leap into the utter void of uncertainty, would be no human faith. If belief in the Creator were totally without … [Read more...]