This is why I practice Jesuit spirituality. They speak right to and for me! This quote is exactly me.
“First of all, we always recognize that we could be wrong. Logic can be flawed. Tables have been known to contain misprints. Hunches sometimes turn out to be mistaken. Next, we allow our beliefs to be tested by results. If we get an answer that works, it confirms our trust in the data, and it strengthens our preconceptions the next time we’re looking for a hunch. We allow our beliefs to be confirmed by our experience. And finally, we’re a whole lot more comfortable with our results if there is more than one line of evidence leading to the same conclusion.”
from “God’s Mechanics: How Scientists and Engineers Make Sense of Religion” by Guy Consolmagno.