I believe Scripture.
What part of scripture? It contradicts itself, so you can't believe in the literal truth of the whole thing without a hefty dose of doublethink.
Therefore, those reports that contradict Scripture are wrong.
I hate to break it to you, Gabby, but you're not omniscient. The fact that you believe something doesn't mean it's true.
The fact is, scripture is contradicted by a round earth, by bats who are not birds, by the lack of insects with four feet, by the lack of birds with four feet, by the existence of stars that aren't tiny lights in the sky, by the fact that Jesus hasn't returned, by the fact that life is descended from a common ancestor, by the fact that there was no global flood, and by scripture.
The way to get rid of blind faith is to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness.
Ah, that makes perfect sense. The way to get rid of blind faith is to believe, on blind faith, that you get to go to a magic happy happy land if you have blind faith that an all-powerful magic sky fairy who was his own son sacrificed himself to himself so that he could violate an arbitary rule that he made up and save his creation from his own unjustified anger because he was all-loving, but he'll torture you forever if you don't believe that he did this, and such eternal torture is justified because a magic essence inside you is contaminated with a tendency to irritate him because a rib-woman ate a magic learning fruit at the suggestion of a talking snake. Yep. Nothing silly or irrational about that!