A Powerful Defense of Reason … or Maybe Not

In wrestling with the issues of faith and reason and how they should be used within society, I asked for the input from an experienced pastor.  Here’s his letter in reply.  I’ll let you evaluate it yourself.

(Alert readers will recognize this as an homage to the 1952 “If by whiskey” speech by Mississippi State Representative Noah “Soggy” Sweat, Jr.)

(This is a modified version of a post originally published 11/4/11.)

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