In Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus, good and bad angels speak persuasively to Faustus. He chooses the path of adventure, exploration and experience.
Two voices, saying different and opposite things. It’s a more common experience than I had realised. Billy Graham had a crisis with two voices--reason and Charles Templeton; orthodoxy and Henrietta Mears. He chose to believe in the literal inspiration of the Scriptures. He moved upwards into fame and adulation. Templeton lost his faith, and ended up bitter, because you see, he really did love Jesus, and felt he had lost something.
Or pray, think, study scripture and think for myself? Encounter Scripture for myself. One is easy; one can be difficult and painful.
But, of course, if the truths of evangelical and Christian orthodoxy are the truth, they will withstand questioning. And Christ himself will withstand all questioning, of that I have no doubt!