Im not sure if this is the aspect you are looking for. However...
Originally Posted by John0730
Beyond what the others said, the Case for Faith by Lee Strobel, despite being written as an apologetic, can reinfoce the 'legal' (much of what is written in Scripture is 'legal' in essence) argument as to why Faith is important.
Think of the terms used in modern jurisprudence: Based on the preponderance of the evidence -(as opposed to)- Beyond a resonable doubt.
Scripture instists on the latter, higher standard and not the former. Its not just a case of a 'good argument' (the former). The evidence of Scripture is 'beyond a resonable doubt'. To restate that, the evidence would be accepted by any 'reasonable' person, and only 'unreasonable persons' would doubt that evidence.
The heavens are telling of the glory of God; And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands.
Day to day pours forth speech, And night to night reveals knowledge.