Christianity based on faith?
Yes, but unlike
all other religions, including secularism and atheism, it is not
a blind faith. It is a faith based on history and evidence.
secularism require a greater faith than does Christianity.
I suppose to
most people that sounds strange. Isn't it supposed to be that religion
is based on faith because religion believes in something that can't
be seen; and atheism/secularism is based on rational thought and
the hard evidence of science--something that can be seen?
Let's take a
look at these assumptions.
The key difference
between these two world views is that Christianity says that
the universe, and everything in it, was created by God in six days.
Atheism/secularism says that everything, including people, came
into existance as a result of natural causes.
faith of secularism and atheism