Faith is a belief in the highly improbable despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
No. An idea is either true or false. There is no probability involved.
Believing an idea means having no criticisms of that idea. At least this is how people ***should*** believe in their ideas. Why would someone believe in an idea if he has criticisms of that idea? And why wouldn’t someone believe in an idea if he doesn’t have any criticisms of it? Faith!!!
Faith works like this: To believe an idea while having criticisms of that idea. And to not believe an idea even if one doesn’t have criticisms of that idea.
You mentioned evidence. Evidence is a type of criticism. Its criticism that uses physical data.