- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
In order to decide on something, you need faith. All people from childhood to death believe in this or that. And faith, unlike the opinion of many, is not always blind. Blind faith is generally a sign of mental illness. Usually, people believe based on personal experience, or evidence received from the outside. How much of this or that evidence is enough is up to everyone to decide for themselves. Currently, it is customary to divide science and religion on the basis that science is based on knowledge, and religion is based on faith. However, if you get a deeper understanding of religion (authoritative), you can easily see how deep and scientific it is to study human existence in terms of morality, morality, love, devotion, etc. At the same time, if you dig deeper into science, you can easily see that the fundamental principles of scientific research are usually based on very vague concepts and abstract proven (if they can be proved at all). For example, the big bang theory. Or in other words, the belief in the big bang. Thus, science and religion are two sides of our being.
In this sense, a firm point of view is simply a firm belief in something , your personal belief, which may or may not coincide with the beliefs of other people. Yes, and the same atheist is the same faith, only the opposite of faith in God, i.e. it is the belief that there is no God.
Therefore, reasonable people make a choice in favor of a particular faith(knowledge), not so much on the basis of the majority opinion, but on the basis of understanding whether this particular faith will personally bring you happiness or not. But in order to get the opportunity to choose, it is necessary to get knowledge about as many manifestations of faith as possible: about sciences, religions, art, sports, etc. And then your final choice will be as high-quality as possible and meet exactly your needs as a person. At first glance, it may seem that this is an unsolvable task, because there are so many things, but it's worth it: first, it's very exciting; second, every time you will feel your growth as a person, and third, you will be able to solve different problems with your new knowledge in parallel.
this is the path of each individual, the work of your self-consciousness. Science records facts, facts are made into laws, laws imply someone who established them and supports their implementation and existence…. Now “you “know God…. �for example, “Newton's Laws” � – nope…… not him, but the one who is above.
If you mean the desire to find faith, then you just need to turn to the inner voice, it will tell you which faith is more suitable. Just learn the basics of the teaching and determine if you are ready to follow it and if you think they are correct.
If it is meant simply to have an iron point of view, then it is usually based on arguments in its favor. The more you understand the question, the more confident you become. For example, if you want to decide whether to ban or allow abortions, then it's best to read about fetal development, learn philosophical points of view, when a person is considered a person (at the time of conception or at the time of birth), and generally learn about empathy and how it works, because thanks to it, people often make decisions.
But in any confidence, there must be a piece of doubt, which is necessary to accept and objectively reflect on other points of view.