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The Faith in Christianity

I don’t have any problems, with people telling me about things that actually work. Things that I can wrap my hands around, things that I can make sense out of and things that are supported by satisfactory scientific evidence.

If I was to roll a rubber ball down a small hill and the ball didn’t roll back it up, but instead sat there at the bottom of the hill, when it was done rolling. I could probably create something tangible out of this event. If anyone was to ever question the fact that my ball rolled down the hill, I would simply take them to the hill, grab my ball and roll it down the hill.

They would stand there in amazement, maybe even tell me that they were sorry for ever doubting me, but the facts would still remain the same. This is what I would consider to be satisfactory scientific evidence. Evidence that can be provided on a continual basis to support something that you have proven to be true.

Faith in Christianity, is the opposite of this. Faith is a belief in something, without any satisfactory scientific evidence to back it up. Think about this for a moment, Jesus was born from a Virgin mother. This would truly be a miracle, but there isn’t any evidence to prove that this ever happened.

Do you see where I’m coming from? There is a lot of faith in Christianity. You can continue to believe in the tooth fairy and Santa Claus, until the day that you die, if that’s what you really want to do. It’s really not much different, believing in a religion that seems to have difficulties, producing reliable evidence to support their claims.

It’s not really that complicated. There is a Bible verse that says something like this, if two of you stand together and believe in God, you can ask for anything and it will be given to you. This sounds simple, two people get together, ask for God to appear in front of them and if it doesn’t happen, they can assume that Christianity isn’t the best religion and choose again.

But that’s not what really happens to most Christians. They seem to look at something like this as if God doesn’t like them or their not ready to receive what they’re asking for. They will continue to make up excuses, even though they have witnessed firsthand, that something doesn’t really work as good as the Bible said that it would.

You can spend the rest of your life believing in something, if it makes you feel good, but it’s only going to be a belief and you’re going to be living a life of faith, always doubting, whether you’re doing what’s right.
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