Is studying Christian theology flawed because the entire subject rests on the belief that the myths are true?

Question by Desiree: Is studying Christian theology flawed because the entire subject rests on the belief that the myths are true?
Christian theology isn’t about examining the evidence for the myths upon which Christianity is based nor is it about examining the origin of these myths; it’s all about assuming a whole bunch of absurd stories and alleged witness accounts are the truth and then memorizing them, right? Isn’t the best way to study Christian theology from a secular point of view? You know, to assume none of the myths are true unless there is evidence for them? Because if you assume they’re all true, you could very well be wasting your life chasing phantasms, right?

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Answer by Chris
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