Stoic Q&A: what is the role of faith?

D. writes: I was wondering, from a practical perspective, is there a place in Stoic practice for faith? By faith I’m not referring to the kind of blind faith, for example held by some fundamentalist Christians that the Bible is the true word of God. In my younger days I was participating in a discussion about this very matter as several friends were trying to persuade me that this was the case. I soon became a non believer

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