Then what objection could you possibly have to somebody believing anything else by faith? If a person were to say that he rejects Christianity on faith, his argument would be as good as yours.
I don't think that you are saying what I am. I didn't say that I have faith. I asked you on what basis you could contradict somebody who had faith in the opposite position.That's what I've been saying all along... people still have faith no matter what. If Christianity is considered a philosophy by some, then so is Atheism and Agnosticism... they are also belief systems. It is just that they choose to put their faith in something else. Atheists aren't able to prove that God does not exist. Without absolute proofs, it takes a measure of faith to believe that God (The Creator) does not exist. But we don't think along those lines because it's secular mainstream. If worth+ship (worship) has valute then is it possible that evolutionists worship the creation rather than the Creator since they believe that the universe is "self-creating".
And rational skeptics don't worship. Don't you cheapen the quality of your own worship by conflating it with what an unbeliever does? I don't worship the universe or any element of it.