There is no religion/reason line, instead Pearcey claims that Reason ultimately has some type of premise beneath it. "It is not as though Christians have faith, while secularists base their convictions purely on facts and reason. Secularism itself is based on ultimate beliefs, just as much as Christianity is." (p. 42)
So, in light of all this, we as Christians must keep in mind that every aspect of our lives, from schoolwork to careers to family life, must be drenched in holy anointment. Every single aspect of our lives should reflect God's Word. This will truly bring about a set apart life, one that the rest of the world can't help but notice. I want to leave you with the verse that convicted me so much; the one that leads me to repentance and a transformed life. And hopefully you will take it to heart as well.
"For although they knew God, they neither glorified him
as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their
foolish hearts were darkened." -Romans 1:21