that's that can't be proven or that need to be taken on "blind belief" or by "psycho-emotional belief" (otherwise known as faith).
One has to have fear -- fear of the un-known.
Which is why so much of the Bible deals with absolutes -- people want an absolute guarantee against death or they want an absolute "plan" for a happy life -- they want an authority of final opinion so they do not have to rely on chance or deal with the uncertainties of life.
This is why Jesus says you must approach God "child-like" -- it means "in full trust" and "innocence" (naivite).
The skeptical mind of an investigator is not a good mind to have to be a religionist -or- he must have the ability to never look at religion critically or ask too many questions.
When he does he is met with absolutist qualifiers for what he should do -- as you have done here.
All that I'm saying has nothing to do with "spirituality" it has to do with religious-absolutism and how this type of mentality will either never chose individualism (logically) or will only be able to go so far with it (in real terms).
This is why the religious-abdicator or secular-abdicator go on voting and lobbying -- because "they" have a mindset to abdicate to authority and are willing to pay for it with other people's purchasing-power.
*&^ Constitution --- Constitutional Rationality