The custom of making abstract dogmatic assertions is not, certainly, derived from the teaching of Jesus, but has been a widespread weakness among religious teachers in subsequent centuries. I do not think that the word for the Christian virtue of faith should be prostituted to mean the credulous acceptance of all such piously intended assertions. Much self-deception in the young believer is needed to convince himself that he knows that of which in reality he knows himself to be ignorant. That surely is hypocrisy, against which we have been most conspicuously warned. [Ronald Aylmer Fisher, BBC broadcast on "Science and Christianity" 1955, from Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society of London, 9: 91-120, (1963), p96]
Oh, but Fisher was an evilutionist, so can't have been a True ChristianTM.