هْنَع َانَك َكِئَٰولُٔا ُّلُك َادَؤُفْالَو َرَصَبْالَو َعْمَّالس َّنِٕا ٌمْلِع ِهِب َكَل َسْيَالَم ُفْقَاتَلَو 17:36 اًولُئْسَم Do not reach conclusions about that of which you have no knowledge. (Using your senses and intellect, you must verify it for yourself.) Surely, the hearing, the sight and the faculty of reasoning – all of them – will be questioned. [32:9, 45:23, 46:26]
We do not have blind faith. We always reason.