Faith Is An Indulgence

I regularly refer to holding beliefs and making decisions on faith as an indulgence, but was recently asked to clarify. Webster’s defines indulgence as taking unrestrained pleasure in something, yielding to the desire from it. Faith is not a means to knowledge and as such, decisions based on them are not informed, not logically warranted. [...]

This is one of those mindlessly stupid arguments made by the faith junkies in an attempt to both make their addiction appear rational AND discredit those who, rightly so, label them irrational. It’s the old science didn’t see that coming argument. It goes something like this… According to science, the ancient Greeks were irrational for [...]