The first and most necessary step on the path to fullness of joy is the recognition that we are not, in ourselves, worthy of it.
Our moral intuitions testify to more than moral values.
Ethical values can only be true and meaningful if God exists and imposes them on the world.
Thus our moral intuitions are a direct testimony to the existence of God.
If I accept my intuitions when they testify to the reality of moral categories, then, by logical necessity, I also accept that God exists.
Love is no mystery.
If you say you believe in a God, but you cannot believe in a personal God, what do you believe in but another part of the mindless causal network – another law of nature?
Science vs. Faith
This is a historical approach to understanding the supposed battle between the two.
The genuine sceptic must eventually look back, and apply his scepticism to the very ones who taught it to him.