The article would like to contribute to the discussion between Dvorak and Holub (see Nr. 18, 19 and 20 of this journal) concerning the relationship between 'belief, philosophy and theology' (Dvorak) and between 'philosophy and religious message' (Holub). The discussion seems not to address the same topic. Moreover, the standpoint of Holub disjoints the religious message from the answer of belief, and the point of view of Dvorak considers the believed content in complete abstraction from the act of belief. In neither case can the living reality of the religious act be achieved.