Jesus supposedly spoke of a broad path that leads to destruction and a narrow path that leads to life. Just look around you, then, as now, the broad path that most people follow is faith. Jesus tries to make faith sound like the narrow path but it's not - just look around you - at least 75% of Americans are Christians and that's a pretty broad path.
What then, is the narrow path that few people follow? It must be the opposite of faith - which is knowledge. It is demonstratively true that knowledge leads to a better life. Therefore, Jesus has it all backward about the narrow path being the path of faith but has it right about the narrow path being the one to follow.
It is said that faith is "the evidence of things not seen" and that's just what it is - no evidence. And, it's also that broad pathway that most people choose to follow in their lives because of a religious emotional appeal.
There is a choice; either follow the broad path of faith supported by no evidence or the narrow path of knowledge supported by all the evidence.
C'mon folks, it's the 21st century, the age of knowledge. The long ages of darkness and beliefs in demons and gods are over - open some other books besides the bible for a change and give yourself a chance at living your life free of superstition, free of religious dogma, free of religious con men who use you as merchandise. You will be glad you did, because that's using your brain instead of depending on your emotions to tell you what is the right path.