Nide: “So you have no choice but to take it for granted. Which assumes faith something your philosophy precludes.”
When Christians kick against this policy, they tell us about themselves.
Of course, we can imagine that a magic consciousness gives nature its uniformity. But this would be a figment of one's imagination, not a rational identification of reality. If an individual is content with confusing what he imagines for reality, Christianity may very well be a fitting home for him.