Revelation or reasoning, which is better? God has given us a brain, tools and rules of reasoning like logic and created us in His image as rational beings. He has also given us revelation of who He is, what has happened in the past and what will happen in the future. But if there is a conflict between man's interpretation of evidence and God's revelation, what should have more authority? Man's reasoning or the revelation of the one who gave man his ability to reason?
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