As we mentioned last time, at the end of the day, the arguments for the existence of God do not require supernatural revelation. They simply require the sense God gave a goose.
The problem however, is that we are not always able to have even that much sense. In the words of Pope Pius XII:
The human reason is, strictly speaking, truly capable by its own natural power and light of attaining to a true and certain knowledge of the one personal God, who watches over and controls the world by his providence, and of the natural law written on our hearts by the Creator; yet there are many obstacles which prevent reason from the effective and fruitful use of this inborn faculty. For the...READ MORE