When Vince Vitale arrived to study philosophy at Princeton, he thought the phrase “reasonable faith” was an oxymoron and that all faith had to be blind. But when friends and teammates challenged him to read the Bible for himself, Vince was surprised to find that the New Testament frequently used words like “convincing,” “debating,” and even “proving” in reference to Jesus’s resurrection and divinity. He found that the Bible wasn’t asking him to check his brain at the door before considering faith; it was actually asking him to love God holistically—with all of his heart, soul, and strength, yes, but also with all of his mind. One night, Vince reasoned that if God had really made him and had given him his inquisitive mind, then God would also want an honest intellectual search for Him to point in His direction. Over time, that is exactly what Vince found. To hear some of the reasons why, we hope you’ll watch this message on “How Can I Know God Exists?” from Remind 2018.