Christians need to understand that our faith is not built on just belief or superstition. It is based on eye-witness history, facts, and reason
A sharp mind paired with a holy lifestyle is an effective pairing to make a whole Christian. Just think of the example set by one who lives out a life according to the scriptures and can explain his or her beliefs in a calm and thoughtful manner. It’s no wonder that Jesus told His disciples in Matthew 10:16 to be “wise as serpents and harmless as doves.”
To the humanist, something is true if it fits our particular conceptions of reality and agrees with our wishes. However, it is easily shown just how our common perceptions can be wrong.
Many younger Christians and especially younger Christian writers for blogs and other websites have taken a stand against patriotism.
One popular disparaging way of referring to God is to describe Him as “God of the gaps.” This is done in an attempt to portray faith in God as being simply a way to explain things which science has yet to illuminate. But, the person who smugly comments about “science eventually overcoming the need for faith” doesn’t understand the foundations of science or the nature of logic.