- Faith is "The process of constitutive knowing."
- Faith has "to do with making maintenance and transformation of human meaning."
- "Faith refers to the basic orientation of the person in which he or she knows the world and engages in the activity of meaning making."
- "Faith is a self-constituting activity: the self is also being shaped by the way in which the self sees the world."
Also, the last definition, in my opinion, boarders relativism. That is, the last definition is relativistic in the sense that the self shapes the self and creates meaning by how one sees the world. This is a poor definition as it fails to allow a person to discover the truth and be shaped by the truth.
Maybe I'm just not smart enough to understand what the writers are saying, but what they have presented to me, the reader, seems somewhat peculiar to me and makes me take warning.