Once again Christians are divided into two groups: the fundamentalists and the liberals. You may not like those terms, but I'm writing this! This can perhaps best be traced to personal origin of faith.
Share with me a moment in a seminary class in Old Testament-- many, many years ago. A discussion dealing with the matter of Jonah and the Big Fish. One young man said, "if Jonah was not swallowed up by the Big Fish, then I have no basis for my faith. (It seemed that his faith was based on the 'inerrancy' of the Bible.)
A somewhat older student said, "my faith is not based on whether or not Jonah was swallowed up by the Big Fish. It's based on something that happened to me. As the healed blind man said to the Pharisees when they asked him about Jesus,
whether he be a sinner or not, I know not, but one thing I know I was blind, and now I see."
You don't like fundy and liberal? Call it the traditionalist and the experiential. Being prejudiced, I call it blind faith and the knowledge of God. But that is my pride showing (John 9).