Each of our faiths and reasoning are based on our cultural beliefs, behavior, and how we come to rationalize sense in our lives; along with a belief that does not require proof. Reason holds justification and intellectual faculty by which our conclusions are based via a truth or non-truth in why we are faithful. The enriched imagination that one holds is part of that “something special” which helps progress our lives to the next level giving freedom to feel, think, and wonder all the possibilities of life has to offer. Our existence as humans has allowed us this pleasure without reservation.
Faith and imagination is all about truth and the belief in a higher power beyond man himself. Faith and imagination binds the power of God’s existence. However, in lack of evidence and that which is unforeseen; consequently, if we know the value of life and understand that which is right and wrong; it truly acknowledges God’s presence among us. when people reference a “miracle” has happened; most people that hold faith as a powerful source don’t just assume the miracle came out of nowhere without some concept of a divine attribute connected to faith. A miracle is not an act based purely on a violation of natural law, but an act of God’s law and his true existence. And if man is to find his true purpose of his existence and fulfilling his life, he must adopt faith and reason.
I feel that Faith and reason are correlated in many aspects, and are vital to one another. Reason precedes faith in the process of knowing God’s existence and reigning power; although one cannot truly know the reasoning of something to be known without knowledge first. Faith is built on spirituality surrounding one’s cultural beliefs, behaviors, and thoughts. To have reason is simply based on logical principles; as to why faith is important in people’s lives. To have faith without the perspective of reason will shatter; and reason without faith will disappoint. Without the other, each is impoverished, but both combined they seek truth in completeness.
How we understand, relate, and interact with one another as humans allows us to grasp the reality of reason. Although there maybe truth to this matter, however there is a correlation between one’s reason and rationality in religious beliefs. That which is rational for one person may not be reason for another, because as humans we think and react differently, which is primarily based by the culture in which we live that is specific to us.
It is important that we do not lose sight of faith, and reason, which can lead to harboring only on one side of the “fence.” There is a balance that must be shared between the two, because blind faith and vague reason are both dangerous paths to follow.
Some may argue that it is irrational to believe in God, because there lack of evidence of his existence. For example when we use our five senses it helps us determine the laws of logic and the metaphysical...