Many popular authors, such as Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, and Christopher Hitchens, argues that faith and reason are diametrically opposed—two incompatible ways of knowing the world. Reason is based on evidence; faith is in spite of the evidence, they say. But is this really the case? Or is there a more subtle relationship between science and faith? Greg Ganssle, long-time lecturer in the philosophy department at Yale and Research Fellow at Yale’s Rivendell Institute, argues that there is a robust tradition of compatibility between science and faith. Join a conversation about how we can come to know the world.