Never trust anyone who tells you to rely on experience over careful thinking. “Look before you leap” is sage advice. It applies especially to leaps of faith. Feelings are important. They make life beautiful. But careful thinking—reason—makes life safe.
— Greg Koukl, from The Story of Reality, kindle location 2142
Put simply—reason assesses, faith trusts. That is the relationship of reason to faith. Reason helps us know what is actually true, leading to accurate belief. Faith is our step of trust to rely on what we have good reason to believe is so.
— Greg Koukl, from The Story of Reality, kindle location 2118
Divinely revealed truth may indeed move above reason, but never against reason, for God is the source and ground of rationality itself.
— Kenneth Richard Samples, from Without a Doubt, kindle location 1485
Though sin definitely impacts human beings for the worse, it has no effect upon the laws of logic or of correct reasoning. These laws remain cognitively necessary, ontologically real, and irrefutable.
— Kenneth Richard Samples, from A World of Difference, kindle location 809
What I want to avoid is a God who is smaller than logic and a faith that is lower than reason.
— R. C. Sproul, quoted in Chosen But Free by Norman Geisler, p. 23