1. Christian values are dependent on external source for validation.
2. To entrust value to an external source removes intrinsic value by implication.
3. Nothing has intrinsic value in Christianity.
4. Nihilism rejects the intrinsic value of things, including life itself.
5. Christian values depend on an inscrutable agent assigning value.
6. The specific values of the agent are unknown and unobtainable.
7. Christianity can't know value, and won't assign it, and becomes nihilism.
8. To say that nothing has value, one must exist, live and be conscious.
9. Nihilism and Christianity steal the concept of existence while arguing against value.
10. Both must acknowledge the intrinsic value of existence to have any position, thus defeating their own positions.