Even Without Proof
Is it wrong or dishonest to believe in what can't be conclusively proven?
Christians who tell people about God shouldn't feel that they are hiding the secret that they can't conclusively prove the existence of God either.
As talk spreads of the reemergence of Christianity in the public, some will ask if they should believe in Christianity without proof that there is a creator. Some will conclude that it wouldn't make sense for them to become Christian if they couldn't find proof of God's existence. However, is it without sense or wrong to believe in what could reasonably be true?
A person may feel that they are being dishonest with themselves or others to become Christian. It isn't dishonest to believe in what could be true when there is reason for it. A person shouldn't feel that they are lying to themselves if they don't have conclusive proof for all that they believe when those beliefs both have a likelihood of being true and are for the good of oneself and others.
Christians who tell people about God shouldn't feel that they are hiding the secret that they can't conclusively prove the existence of God either. It isn't wrong or dishonest to believe in God or talk about Christianity with others without conclusive evidence that there is a creator. It should also be kept in mind that it is also an unproven belief that there isn't a creator.