Faith is not evidence of reason, or lack of reason. Faith is evidence of a deep-seated human need to explain and describe things, including those things that reasons and logic cannot yet explain or describe. There is nothing inherently wrong with that. However, where it becomes wrong, is one insist that the faith-born answer must be true even in the face of reason-born ones. Even more so, when they insist on imposing their faith-born answers on others, even when reason present other, different answers. In short, I have nothing against people who have faith, no matter how deep, so long as their faith remain private. When they try to impose their faith on society, whether through children's education (Int. Design) or through writing the laws based on what their Faith tells them, this is when my opinion of them begin to freefalling. I am not of your faith, and should not have to live by what your Faith tell you is right.