That Christians object to taking the Outsider Test for Faith only confirms it doesn't look good for their faith. For if Christianity passed the OTF with flying colors Christians would be arguing on behalf of it and pressing that case at every step along the way. You KNOW this is what they'd do. You know it. So by objecting to it they tacitly admit their faith doesn't pass the test. But it's worse that this, for their faith MUST pass the OTF. So now they're caught in a huge dilemma--a catch-22--either embrace the test even though doing so will cause them to abandon their faith (by their own admission), or object to the OTF even though their faith MUST pass that test.