Sceptics question if there is enough evidence for belief in God, in Christ, in the Divine, etc.
This is not peculiar to the 21st Century. Think Catherine of Alexandria (287-305) and her debates with nobles. Think Origen (184-253) and his debates with Celsus.
If the connection between the created and the Creator is problematic for people, then it will be just as difficult to accept the claim that a man crucified on a gibbet rose from the dead. It will seem like buffoonery.
But might they welcome a witness who is sent and resembles the Lord (John 13)?