The Christian Epistemology is different from the Secular Humanism’s in this way. While Atheism trips over observational limits, Christianity easily steps over the obstacle. The atheist has limited his knowledge to that which can be observed, experimented upon, and analyzed. Although these criteria are valuable, they are limiting if this is the only source of knowledge. This limit leaves the worldview open to a host of self-defeating statements. Christianity, as a worldview, does not have this limitation.
Christianity has at its disposal an entirely different knowledge source called revelation. Where atheism, wobbles general theism, and specifically Christianity, strides confidently. Christians accept two kinds of revelation, categorized as ‘general’ and ‘special” revelation.