Kierkegaard said faith is "the acceptance of objective uncertainty" I have 2 questions about Kierkegaard: 1.Kierkegaard said faith is "the acceptance of objective uncertainty", his point being that we cannot be certain about the validity of our beliefs, and there will always be a 'leap of faith' to overcome the irrational aspects of the belief, which cannot be logically justified. This definition appears quite vague. How does he distinguish between the belief that, say, 'My car is on the drive', and religious beliefs? Would he class atheism as a 'faith'? 2.Does Kierkegaard distinguish between faith and belief, and if so, how?