Faith and doubt
“Acting upon what we know to be true in the absence of really seeing it physically precisely matches the definition of faith. ...
But, understand faith requires the possibility of doubt. In the absence of really good reasons to doubt, we do not need faith. In other words, faith and doubt are not polar opposites. Rather, doubt constitutes the necessary precondition for faith.
It is only in an atmosphere full of doubt, faith can really thrive and grow.”
~ Chris L. Carter