For example, in my previous post pointed to the following quote from a textbook:
"Calculations show that if for every 1,000,000,000 particles of antimatter there were 1,000,000,001 particles of matter, that would have been sufficient to produce the matter world we live in! Again Big Bang cosmology cannot account for even this tiny imbalance, but must assume it."
Substituting the definition of belief/faith for “assume” we have: .......
-For the scientist is important not to forget that all theories have some underlying assumptions - assumptions upon which the theories themselves depend no matter how much other evidence is piling up for that theory. Despite all the observational/experimental rigors of good science, when the scientist tries to communicate those theories to the public, those assumptions may not be perceived as anything different from faith in the definitional sense.