"Abolish all doubt, and what's left is not faith, but....
... absolute, heartless conviction. You're certain that you possess the Truth -- inevitably offered with an implied uppercase T -- and this certainty quickly devolves into dogmatism and righteousness, by which I mean a demonstrative, overweening pride in being so very right, in short, the arrogance of fundamentalism."
I just thought I'd share this. I was listening to the TED Radio Hour podcast the other day and stumbled upon this talk. It is an excellent examination of faith and some of it relates things that I noticed while in the Borg, especially the quote I started this thread with. Enjoy:
I love this TED talk it make so much sense. It helps me put my feelings and dare I call them beliefs in perspective. Definitely worth checking out