So, I guess I’m saying it’s hard for me to answer the question for someone else. I can only describe how I see it. It really is a faith issue in the end, even if one only believes in empirical evidence. There’s still an “unknown” in the equation because we can’t know all things.
Pastor Mel Wild
No it is not, Pastor. Empirical evidence does not require faith as this flatly contradicts the meaning of what empirical evidence is. And if you are confused then you need to consult a dictionary.
Your christian beliefs require faith simply because they are not based on any sort of empirical evidence.
Even the biblical character, Jesus of Nazareth knew the difference:
“Because you have seen me, you have believed. Blessed are those who believe without seeing.”
Probably time you re-looked at the reason you are a Christian with a bit more honesty, don’t you think so?