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How Can We Reconcile Rational Thinking and Religious Faith?

The atheist movement has always contended that reason and logic are on its side. Faith, atheists argue, is the sole domain of those who believe in God. The truth is the opposite. It is the belief that everything created itself that is irrational; not the belief in a Creator. It is belief that Bach, the Eiffel Tower, and the iPhone are the culminations of literally nothing that requires far more faith than belief in a Designer. Reason and logic are on our side, not theirs.

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Image illustration courtesy shutterstock / Vitaly Korovin

PJ Lifestyle features each new video from Prager University and encourages dialogue and debate about their ideas. Check out some of the previous weeks' discussions about religion, philosophy, and ideas:

Why Is Atheism so Appealing?

How Does Daily Life Transform When One Chooses to Perceive Humanity’s Existence as a Miracle?

Why You Should Stop Wasting Your Time ‘Doing Philosophy’

Why Is Human Sacrifice Evil?

What Does the Totalitarian Temperament Look Like?

What Is the Meaning of the Mysterious Phrase, ‘It Is What It Is’?

What Happens When God is Made in Man’s Image?

6 Reasons Why Rational Thinkers Choose to Believe in God