Obviously, I feel this is a rhetorical question, the only logical answer to which is a resounding NO.
For the purpose of discussion you can substitute religious faith for religious certainty because they are functionally identical.
We all utilize faith in our lives. I have faith the sun will rise in the East tomorrow. I have faith that my wife loves me. I have faith that when I hit the submit button this topic will appear in the Religion & Spirituality forum of Volconvo. You'll notice a common thread running through those statements of faith. They are all backed up by objective evidence. You might be tempted to argue that evidence my wife loves me is only subjectively in my mind but you could actually witness what I experience.
This is the crux of the difference between rational faith and irrational faith. Rational faith is based on objective evidence while irrational faith is based on strictly personal "evidence". I submit then that religious faith or certainty may be many things but it is not rational. It is based on wish-think not reason.
The impetus for this post is that the other day I heard someone at work who, I thought, was the epitome of logic and reason declare loudly and proudly that, "I know the bible is true!" and I almost threw up in my mouth.