Acts 17:17 (HCSB)

So he reasoned in the synagogue with the Jews and with those who worshiped God and in the marketplace every day with those who happened to be there.

The Christian faith does not require blind faith.  It is built upon and supported by facts, data, and logic.  Paul could reason (argue, dispute, discuss) faith in Christ with the people of Athens who,were marked by their interest in philosophy, not because he was saying, “just believe and you’ll figure it out,” but because he could call them to, in essence, “come and let us reason together.”
As followers of Christ we are happy to put our faith to scrutiny by facts and data.  The Christian faith stands up well under reason, but does not rest solely upon it.  It is, after all, faith. When reason comes to its end, faith continues on.  Our faith comes as a step at the end of reason, not as a result of a blind leap.