Pure faith has to be a special kind of knowledge. Faith must be blind: to be respected, it ought not to be challenged.
Faith is conviction in what can only be felt intuitively. As such, it cannot be scientific; it need not be checked against externality.
Faith in the ultimate is irrational. It may be a kind of knowing rather than knowledge–it cannot be denied, once had. To attempt such would be to reject God’s gift to us.
Faith is the absolute episteme. It can be placed in anything, and is holy as such. The holy person cannot break something so sacred!
Knowledge of faith is only afforded by genuine wisdom.