Your definition of “faith” remains self-devised. Faith rarely rests upon “no evidence.” Such faith is typically qualified as “blind.”
“Your definition of faith remains self-devised. Faith rarely rests upon no evidence. Such faith is typically qualified as blind.”
I suggest you read the Christian existentialist, Soren Kierkegaard, who over a couple hundred years ago, essentially coined the term “leap of faith.” In a nutshell, he concluded that (1) religion, and Christianity in particular, are irrational, but (2) nevertheless advocated believing in both anyway on “faith.” He was smart enough at least to recognize (1) even if he was being silly in (2).