We look at Arabic, or Japanese calligraphy, or Hindi text and are astonished that anyone can read it. But, take a scrap of paper on which you have scrawled a note in cursive writing. Turn it over and hold it up to the light so the text is verticle. We can read THIS?
What if ‘people of faith’ were able to do this with their religion? Is a religion like Christianity designed so that the believer dare not look at it from a different perspective? That he will be punished, or invoke his God’s wrath, or betray his creator if he does so? “What is this stuff about the Earth being 6000 years old, or humans being made out of dust a few thousand years ago? I believe THAT?
Can Christianity be compared to a house of cards? Don’t shake the table! Don’t remove that card! Don’t breath on it!
Don’t inspect it that way! Is the ‘rock of ages’ so fragile that it cannot withstand the breath of a few self-evident facts of geology and biology?