Now I'm not referring to religious faith in particular here, but to the concept of faith in general. To et into this, I shall provide the meanings I intend for this question. Faith: Belief without reason. Faith (from my dictionary): 2) Belief without need of certain proof. Latin fidere, to trust. Reason: Belief based on deductive logic, on experience and "reality". You see an apple fall, you work out gravity, for example. Reason (from my dictionary): 1) To think logically; obtain inferences from known or presumed facts. 3) To think out carefully and logically. Latin reri, to think, reckon. I'm sure you all get the idea of what I mean by these two words. Now, my question is this: What is the value of faith? Particularly in comparison to reason?