Mike Horton on the irrationality (and impracticality) of the secular worldview:
“No one can actually live in the world that is imagined by secularism. Not even the most hardened nihilist can live in the world of pure meaninglessness that his or her narrative presupposes. In their daily practice, the most ardent religious skeptics have to presuppose a basic order and intelligibility in reality that contradicts the creed of self-creation through random chance.” (Michael Horton, The Christian Faith, p.15)
Well-said. The daily lives of secularists themselves are, in fact, a contradiction & refutation of their own beliefs.