Wednesday, 8 January 2020

Faith and Confirmation

 In today’s reality, the word "faith" is familiar, but the word "confirmation" is unfamiliar. When people are told about the confirmation of facts, they laugh at the lack of faith. However, faith without confirmation leads to unfortunate consequences. Confirmation is essential for belief.
 The process of confirmation is difficult and requires effort. Confirmation should be based on objective judgment that no one can deny.

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