When the nature of truth and our relationship with truth is made to be the opposite of what it is, doesn't it end up being problematic for us?
When faith is made out to be the exact opposite of what it is, doesn't that end up creating problems also?
Humans want certainty and absolutes. They want proof and if what they see doesn't confirm what they have heard for themselves or been told by others, they conclude that what they have heard just can't be true. People operating from this paradigm are more governed by what is seen then what is not seen. This creates problems when it comes to Truth and Faith.
When we are governed by what is visible, allowing for mystery, ambiguity and paradox becomes difficult at best and more than likely isn't going to happen. But for those who place their trust and faith in that which cannot be seen they learn to accept mystery, ambiguity and paradox and end up finding rest, peace and joy in that space regardless of what they see. They are able to accept reality for what it is and to see beyond to something much bigger.