Originally posted by ua41
Considering it to be spiritual matters, it doesn't necessarily have to follow logic.
It may not HAVE to follow logic, but it should.
I'm, first and foremost, a truth seeker. I'm called a Christian because I believe what the Bible says, but I believe what the Bible says because it's proven itself to be the truth. And I arrived at that conclusion by means of logic.
For example, in 586 BC Ezekiel wrote, in great detail, that the city of Tyre would be conquered. In 332 BC (254 years later), Alexander the Great conquered Tyre and Ezekiel's description was an accurate description of how he did it. Since no man can see into the future, logic would say that Ezekiel had input from some intelligent source beyond man.
Logic can, and should, be used to establish one's faith in God. The "problem" is that the evidence is so plentiful that it's taken for granted and dismissed.