In Friendly Scripture Study we've been considering John's account of the Resurrection. That puts in high relief the mystery of the Christian faith.
The virgin birth, the miracles, the Resurrection, the Loving Heavenly Father to whom we were directed to pray, all of these require something beyond cold blooded rational thought. As Jesus said, Except you become as a little child..... The child doesn't have the adult's reasoning power; they have instead the predisposition to put their faith in the elder.
This (or at least some of it) may be preliminary to becoming a Christian. But growing in the spirit one soon learns that these events involve much more than mere belief that they really and truly happened. They happened in a much larger context than the child can grasp.
The theological term for this is mysteries. In the Christian life we may spend a life time learning their full meaning. We never will, but we can hope to grasp as much as God has in mind for us.
What does the Resurrection mean to you? You may find that there's a large variety of answers to that question.