As you may guess I come at this from the point of view of an atheist.
Suppose all traces of Christianity were wiped out in some sort of disaster (any other religion can be substituted here). I'd like to ask: given enough time do you think that a surviving population's belief system would align with your own?
The reason I ask this is because it seems to me that any system of religion is completely arbitrary. It seems to me that given enough time, any surviving religions would come across the same (or similar) results to scientific experiments and have a broadly similar view of the physical world as we do today, as those results come from empirical tests.
However I find it hard to believe that these people would believe in the same gods as those of modern religions. Do you disagree? How do you square this with your faith?