Interesting so far…
"Faith has inspired both the best and the worst events in the world."
(or something like that)
At least they're half right. I think science (thinking) has inspired the best events in the world, and faith has inspired the worst.
Every good event in history was good because it was right. It was right because it was rational. Every good thing that has happened has either happened by luck or by the thoughts of men.
If you keep thinking long enough, you will realize that what is good is always the most rational.
Some of the worst events have happened because humans have allowed blind faith (in religion, in leaders, etc.) to skewer their thinking. Nazism wasn't a rational thing. It was extremely irrational. It was thinking without thought, meaning that men thought and thought and thought - all under the heading of a predetermined bias, antisemitism.
Faith is about doing everything under a bias. Thought is about getting rid of the bias.