"We can only do our best to make sense of this chaos - through Reason or Faith - neither is intrinsically "better" despite how sure you think your way is better."
My point is not necessarily that my conclusions are correct - but that my approach to the world is correct. I look at the fruits of faith and see people forcing human sacrifices and wasting time drawing pretty circles (ala Misnagid) instead of taking positive action in times of trouble. Then I look at the fruits of science and reason and see men on the moon, vaccines, and computers.
No amount of faith is going to help you when you feel your first heart attack. But a miraculous, reason derived pill of nitroglycerin can.
Faith is indeed intrinsically faulty and is much more likely to lead you dead wrong than right. Reason isn't perfect, but at least you have a fighting chance.