Critical Thinking on the Relevance of Religion

Global Futures| It borders on irresponsibility in today’s world for Harvard University to not understand why it’s important for its students to take at least one course in Reason and Faith, and ideally more.

The faulty element in Ivy League thinking is the assumption that reasoning delivers an ultimate intelligence that triumphs over religion, perhaps as man triumps over nature. While we support the importance of scientific inquiry and evolutionary principles, we’ve become total realistists about the influence of religion in 21st century life. Read on Global Futures.