Faith is a delusion of reason: Faith creates a reason blindness.

Faith held as truth or reality is exhibiting a reason delusion, thus faith is a delusion of reason. Faith is being inspired to strong belief in that which by the lack of proof should inspire strong doubt. Faith creates a reason blindness. Here are some quotes exhibiting faith is a delusion of reason: 1.“Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe.” Saint Augustine  (believing what you don’t have proof used to create a pseudo proof mirroring your believed wishful thinking is more like foolishness and exhibiting a reason delusion then a worthy style of belief verification) 2. “To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.” Thomas Aquinas  (having faith held as truth or reality not requiring any rational is confirming it’s not a rational derived belief or faith, and if lacking faith removes any valid explanation then the thing you have faith in is a wishful or delusion thinking a foolishness unworthy style of belief verification.) 3. “In faith there is enough light for those who want to believe and enough shadows to blind those who don’t.” Blaise Pascal  (wanting to believe something is no measure of truth, such faith is the quality that creates cognitive biases, mistaken or delusional beliefs. There is no substance in faith but usually shadows pseudo assurance. Again want to believe wishful thinking over sound reason is more like foolishness then a worthy style of belief verification) 4. “Without faith a man can do nothing; with it all things are possible.” Sir William Osler  (with faith...