It is not faith that equals ignorance but blind faith. The desire not to challenge one’s faith in case it falters is the same as holding onto an archaic mindset because deep down, the idea that it is faulty is entirely too real.
Your faith, Hey You!, need not be destroyed merely because of what well-meaning adults have told you of the history of your sacred text. If you still believe in God, that need not be rendered faulty simply because of the historical difficulty of assuring the infallibility and perfection of the Bible. Your faith, after all, does not rest solely on the Bible but is an expression of faith that is ultimately beyond semantic expression.
My suggestion to you for how to get your faith back is to realize that while the bath water is dirty, the baby can still be cleaned:)