Originally Posted by Vlerchan
This is contradictory.
An example of how illogical reasoning can be good is when I vote to give away some of my hard-earned money to poor people (i.e., taxation and redistribution policies). There's no logical basis to give away my money to people I don't know and hold no connection with, but if we refer to my emotions then it makes perfect sense.
No, that is actualy a logical decision based on information you know. You make a choice based on your own beleifs, not on the beleifs based on your faith.
Also, how were the two bolded texts contradicting each other? Or do you mean that simply saying so is contradictory? If so , see above.