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Question About Faith

Like the OP from another post I’m a cradle Catholic on my way out. I’m a Christian, and likely to remain so. That being said, I often feel as though Christianity, at best, has largely lost its way. It’s hard to explain, but in the midst of my struggles with Catholic guilt and the other weirdness, reading about Judaism is like a lungful of pure, fresh air.

Now my question. In the other post, someone wrote to the effect that Christianity substitutes faith for study of the ancient texts. Keeping in mind that Jewish and Christian definitions of faith may differ, is faith important in Judaism, and what is its place?

Thanks in advance for all answers. I’m merely Jew-curious, but I wonder about this.

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