And if you ask me, nothing is more arrogant than the certainty Christians have in the existence of one very particular god, occurrences that fly in the face of all we do know to be objective reality (virgin birth, resurrection, spirits appearing, intellectual design instead of evolution — though I know not all Christians believe in this — etc.), absolute morality, some form of separat…
Once a Christian believes, based on the evidence for existence of God, all of the beliefs you enumerate become feasible. In reality then it is your lack of belief in the supernatural that makes you see these things as stupendous.
If God exists for instance, He gave life to all things, as such possibility of resurrection effected by God Himself becomes objective reality. Automatically also we have intelligent or what you refer to as intellectual design.
You see then that conditional on faith in existence of God, all of the subjectivity to which you allude becomes objective reality for a Christian.
But to each his or her own.