Secularism teaches that there is a dichotomy between faith and science; that it’s either/or. You have to believe one or the other. But truth is usually found in the both/and. What if the worlds of faith and reason are not opposed to each other at all, but actually belong together in a beautiful symmetry that makes more sense of the evidence than either view alone? When we examine the reasons, we discover that Christianity isn’t a less rational worldview, but a more rational one.