“Reason is the greatest enemy that faith has; it never comes to the aid of spiritual things, but - more frequently than not - struggles against the divine Word, treating with contempt all that emanates from God."I'd expect this from someone in their 30's or above - but "the greater part of my life?" Friend, you are all of 17 years of age.
Martin Luther could scarcely have worded it better. For the greater part of my life, I held a faith that I believed was unified with reason. I was a devout Christian in every sense of the word, living a life for Christ and striving to place him (or at least my perception of him) at the center of all my endeavors. I was a regular Apostle Paul in regards to my fiery defense of the Word, taking every opportunity to engage in debate with the skeptic and show him the error of his ways
By the way, you have no idea what Luther was talking about, do you?
It would help your case if you wouldn't rest quotes out of context.
HT: James Swan who does a good job responding, so I need not go any further.