I think all belief systems come from the same place and that's the place in human minds that demands an explanation for the unexplainable. We're all, just about, believing in or exploring the same things...that there's something out there out of our control and bigger than us and that our goal is to try to understand or name this something so we feel like we have an illusion of control over our perception of it. Religions seek to place a name and attributes to it. Atheists seek to scientifically quantify it and name it. Agnostics seek to understand the possibility of it. (Those were all big assumptions made to try to make my point. I probably couldn't sum up those three belief systems in just one sentence while remaining 100% accurate.)
Regardless, we all have this drive to believe there is something bigger than ourselves that influences the universe. It doesn't have to be a spiritual something. It could be gravity or dark matter or the universe itself. Or it could be God or Zeus or some omnipresent ether. It could be anything. But this desire for this force bigger than us seems to be something innately human.
No one is "right" or "wrong". Just like nothing is "good" or "bad". It's all subjective, really. And that's the problem. There's no objective evidence, yet, that satisfies our drive in this matter, so we must rely on subjective understanding.
What about all of them being "right" all at the same time?Even if it's not the consequence of Christianity, but of some other belief system? Wouldn't it make most "logical sense" to at least commit oneself on to some belief?