think about the implications you're making. There's no difference between "simply taking a math formula for being true" and "deriving it", when it comes to learning a mathematical principle. This is not a perfect analogy i will admit.
but dont you think there is a time and a place for "it doesnt matter how you get there, as long as you got it"? I just dont feel this is one of those places! Think of the importance of this decision! It may not require 100% reason, but it certainly requires a fricken reason you believe! Otherwise we are just deciding on stuff because of our cultural influences and/or personal world views lining up. I just cant see how God respects people who make no effort to question or understand beyond the text and just take it for truth because someone told them to. The reality is that i'm putting forth an insane amount of effort even outside of this forum in my search for the truth. I just can't accept that the robots of the world are going to be rewarded.
The best believers are no doubt going to be the ones with reasons for why they believe that lie outside of personal testimony, i was raised on it or "it just feels right".
The traditional ideas on knowledge DO apply. yes I agree that justificationism has no place in theology. We cant 100% prove the God of the bible does or doesnt exist, but surely there are arguments that CAN be evaluated both for their utility in describing the world and the historical evidence they stand on (example being lack of proof for Exodus...).