E. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Answered on Jul 26, 2019
When you hear the words “belief” and “knowledge,” you probably know that they are different from each other but you cannot exactly tell what their differences are. When you say belief, this means that there is something that you believe in which may have stemmed from how you were raised.
There are things that you have always believed to be true whether they are true or not. For example, you have a belief that God exists. There are not enough scientific facts to prove that this is true but you still believe anyway. Knowledge means that you know that something exists because of the facts that you have learned about it. The more that you know, the better it would be.
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C. Wasek, Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi
Answered on Jul 22, 2019
A belief is known to be an internal thought or a type of memory that already exists in your mind. This is something that you can put your heart and your mind to because you truly think that this exists. Knowledge is something that you know based on the things that you have heard or the facts that have been verified.
There are some instances when your belief will stop you from doing something because you may believe that it is bad. Your knowledge will tell you what you have to do in a given situation. It is your belief that can help you make a just decision while your knowledge will teach you the probability of certain circumstances.