An objection to Christianity I hear all the time is one that suggests faith is based less on reason and truth and more on geography, cultural influences, and traditions. In other words, if a person were to grow up in America they would likely be a Christian while a person growing up in Baghdad will likely be a Muslim.
While this argument might seem to have some merit, its true goal is to cast doubt on the truth of Christianity and question the intellectual honesty or intelligence of believers who claim to believe in Christianity based on the truth of its claims.
Surely, no one can take beliefs that were handed down to them by their parents seriously especially when there are so many religious options, can they?
While it is true that many people are guilty of clinging to a belief simply because their family or culture is closely…
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