Christianity is accused of being stubbornly ignorant for holding that there are some things that are absolute, certain, some beliefs that are immovable. The detractors say, certainty is not part of the human existence; things change all the time and so does our understanding. Well, one wonder whether the person who says this is certain about it. Are they certain about this change, is it absolute? Are they even certain of Christianity’s ignorance? I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt and let them retract the statement. Let there be no certainty even in the change. Now, what? Well, it seems now that change can at any point cease to be change and give way to periods of certainty. The accusers are caught in a trap. Can we trust those who tell believers their ignorance is certain when they themselves ignorantly reject certainty?