Faith & Knowledge - Michael MamasI just published a new article on It begins:

In a recent lecture I gave, a man came up to the microphone and said, “My kids don’t really believe in God and that really upsets me. I just tell them to have faith.”

I responded by saying, “No, no, no. People are no longer willing to just have faith, and they no longer need to. We live in a time of such scientific advancement in so many fields of knowledge that all the different pieces of the life’s puzzle can come together into a unified whole. Ultimately, what Albert Einstein said is true: “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” That’s what is really meant by “blind faith.” Science and religion coexist without conflict. One supports the other. And that can bring tremendous fulfillment”…

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“Faith Is Fulfilled When Transformed Through Knowledge”