“The opposite of faith is blind faith. True faith has no fear of falsification.”– Warren Falk
If true faith means to really believe that a thing is true, then true faith cannot be a blind faith. Because one who refuses to consider the possibility that a thing is false is tacitly admitting that he believes it may be. Whereas some refer to this as “blind faith” it is really willful ignorance.
If you are frightened that the claims of your faith cannot withstand the test of reality, then how can it be said that you have faith in them. Chin up, though. You are in a comfortable majority.