Modernity, academia, and the media perceive and relentlessly advance a dichotomous, contradictory relationship between faith and science. However, from the time of Aristotle, it has been demonstrated that man is a rational being who reasons intellectually in a way that animals and technology cannot. Man is also a religious being, correlating himself to what is above and seeking answers to the ultimate questions of transcendence. In this book on the subject, Dr. Gerard Verschuuren draws from the reflections of St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Augustine, St. John Paul II, Dr. Peter Kreeft, and such sciences as Albert Einstein and Gregor Mendel to reveal the essential connection between reason and religion. Dr. Verschuuren confirms the necessity of reasoning in scientific theory. Relying true stories from scientific development in medicine, astronomy, and physic, he asserts that the scientific method alone can’t explain the origins of the universe. By the same token, he decries blind faith and shows how science doesn’t threaten the church. On the contrary: it confirms those truths that Christians have always believed–which is why the Father of Lies has always sought to pit faith against reason and science against revelation. Paper.