One should be mindful of 1 Thessalonians 5:20-21 (ESV):
20Do not despise prophecies, 21but test everything; hold fast what is good.
and of Proverbs 14:15 (ESV):
The simple believes everything, but the prudent gives thought to his steps.
and of Proverbs 4:5-7 (ESV):
5Get wisdom; get insight; do not forget, and do not turn away from the words of my mouth. 6Do not forsake her, and she will keep you; love her, and she will guard you. 7 The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom, and whatever you get, get insight.
These provides some support for the idea that faith is not meant to replace evidence or common sense entirely. Thus, if you read Deuteronomy 14:7, ESV:
Yet of those that chew the cud or have the hoof cloven you shall not eat these: the camel, the hare, and the rock badger, because they chew the cud but do not part the hoof, are unclean for you.
and you go find that hares neither chew cud nor do they have cloven hooves, you don't assert that hares do actually chew cud but don't when anyone is looking in order to test us, but instead decide that you were perhaps interpreting the passage wrong; maybe "chew cud" was intended just to mean "eat grass", or was a more poetic way of getting the point across: don't eat hares, even if you think they fall under the earlier rule of allowed animals.
So do not be too sure that the test, if there is one, is to believe one interpretation of, say, Genesis 1, in the face of massive, overwhelming evidence. Maybe instead the test, to the extent that there is one, is to pay attention to the overwhelming evidence and think more deeply about why Genesis 1 is written the way it is.