Christianity Is True to What Is There
by Amy K. Hall
When a Christian runs into difficult intellectual arguments against Christianity, there are two paths that can be taken. First, one can take refuge in the dominant view of our culture that religious values and spiritual questions are “above the line” of rationality (as Francis Schaeffer put it)—beyond the reach of intellectual investigation, attacks, or proofs. Spiritual “truths” are not in the same category as material truths, this view says, so challenges are irrelevant and no work need be done to resolve them.
On the second path, one sees all of true reality as a single whole…