“Faith is not belief without evidence. Faith is trust without reservation. Faith affects the whole of man’s nature. It commences with the conviction of the mind based on adequate evidence; it continues in the confidence of the heart or emotions based on conviction, and it is crowned in the consent of the will, by means of which the conviction and confidence are expressed in conduct. Faith is not blind but intelligent.”
W. H. Griffith-Thomas, “The Principles of Theology, London: Longmans, Green, 1930.