The difference for me is that faith is deeper than belief. Belief is cognitive, and faith is more than cognitive, it's bodily or experiential. Belief is in my brain, and faith is in my being. My faith for a long time now is that all creation is God in form, so all creation, living and not living, is sacred. I often don't live and act that faith, so I guess my faith is weak, but when I live it I get a taste of the sacred, and then it is the taste of the sacred that strengthens my faith. What helps me want to study over is my knowing very little for sure, my wanting to know more, my wanting to see more clearly, and the satisfaction I feel in learning.
On Aug 2, 2022Julie wrote :
Thanks for sharing Dr.Doane. "Belief is in my brain, and faith is in my being."
In my understanding faith leans more on trust (trustfulness) a power coming from insight as a gift (genetic?) and when i live it i get a taste of gratefulness.