A member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and an atheist discussed their opposing views on what it means to have faith in a debate for faithstreet.com.

The discussion on the nature of believing, posted Tuesday, is the second installment in a debate series between W Cassity-Guilliom, an atheist, and Donna Carol Voss, a Mormon.

Cassity-Guilliom argued that "faith is selective gullibility, a virus, every drop of which contaminates reason and honesty with the comfortable poison of self-deception."

Voss said that "faith is the willingness to take the risk that something beyond our five senses exists, that what we have experienced beyond our five senses is real."

Read the full debate on faithstreet.com.