it seems you labour under the Dawkinsian misapprehension that 'faith' means blind belief
this has been discredited years before any of the neo-atheists were a twinkle in their daddy's eye, but it's still common for the ignorant to cite it, so allow me to enlighten you
the word 'faith' is an olde english term for 'trust', and more specifically 'a trust based on evidence' which the early english translators of the Bible employed to convey the Biblical concept of a hope for which there is reasonable grounds
you don't have to take my word on this, look at contemporary writers such as Shakespeare who used the word faith frequently> Scripture... not a historical source
well here's a thing, the collected writings of numerous reliable witnesses who maintain a coherent narrative over thousands of years isn't a historical source?
well jeekers, i guess julius caesar musn't have existed then, and homer didn't have anything to do with the illiad either, right?>"god of the gaps" fallacy
no, ya pseud -- it's the argument that 'there are no gaps' since God upholds everything that exists by His own Will> evidences... you didn't provide any
if you're so unwilling to open your eyes and look at the plain testimony of a universe existing pointing to a Creator, i doubt i could provide anything that would counter such close-mindedness