If your belief is based upon what makes sense to you, what you find most gratifying and what best accommodates your own self-concept—then you will undoubtedly fear intellectual inquiry.

At best, your approach will be subjective and bribed.

However, if your faith is based not upon your subjective self, but because this is the reality of your inner soul, a truth to which it is intrinsically bound—then you are not afraid to inquire.

There is no apprehension of being proven wrong, only certitude that you shall understand more.

Therefore, only true faith can be truly objective.