John C. Wright answers the question and points to what he styles the more rational model.
“Do you have any suggestions for finding faith? I see the necessity of religion, and Christianity in particular, but aside from history and cultural affinity I don’t have actual belief.”
My suggestion: Pray.
Also, consider that the Christian worldview is more coherent, robust, and rational than any secular worldview.
Our model explains things such as why stars look fair and beautiful to our eyes when it serves no credible Darwinian purpose to do so.
Our model explains the naturalistic fallacy, that is, the gap between ‘is’ and ‘ought’ which secular philosophy cannot explain, and some cannot even address.
Our model explains how free will can exist inside a deterministic universe. A materialist cannot even formulate the question in a rational way.
Our model explains why humans seek beauty. Social-evolutionary explanations for this are less convincing than astrology.
Our model explains how creatures with free will capable of grasping intellectual abstractions can arise in a universe which contains no such thing as intellectual abstractions.
Our model allows investigation of final causes in nature, without which nature cannot properly be understood.
Our model explains the prevalence of so many theists throughout history. The theory that over nine tenths of mankind, including some of the most brilliant thinkers in their age, were raving lunatics who hallucinate about imaginary sky beings is not credible and not supported by evidence.
Our model explains the various miracles and supernatural wonders that are in the older history books, and which, for no scientific reason, were excised from being reported.
Our model explains both why there is a plurality of religions and why there are striking similarities between them.
Our model explains the origin of the universe. By definition, if the universe were all that existed, exists and ever will exist, than a material cause for it is impossible.
Our modern explains the current hegemony of the West and makes clear the meaning and purpose of what otherwise seems like insane and suicidal attempts by the apparently sober and sane men on Left to undermine and destroy it.
There is more there. It’s interesting to note that Tara McCarthy observed that for her, a non-believing nationalist, the most compelling evidence for Christianity is the globalists’ irrational hatred and fear of it. As I’ve recommended in the past, look hard at evil. Look as deeply and directly at it as you can bear.
And once you realize that it is real, material, self-aware, and intelligent, if that’s not enough to cause you to turn to Jesus Christ in humble repentance and gratitude, well, chances are that you’ll learn to fear God in a very different manner.