A Little more humility in matters of faith would be a good thing for most of us.
It is a sign of modesty, though, to presume that nothing, absolutely nothing, can be known about God with any confidence?
Great thinkers such as Pascal didn’t believe so. a crisis of faith sent Pascal reeling down his own road of searching. And yet Pascal considered it ‘an indispensable obligation’ for people to keep seeking the truth about God even in the darkest moments of life,
Pascal was to write, “There are only two classes of persons who can be called reasonable. Those who serve God with all their hearts because they Know Him and those who seek Him with all their heart because they do not know Him.”