I am a believer plain and simple.
I do feel that preaching on Amateur Radio only fulfils the operators desire to spread the word but I just can't believe there is anyone out there listening. To me it's nothing short of Broadcasting and it should be halted before the another so called religious group take over the bands with the same thing.
Like many I do personal reflection and some go to church, I don't need to hear some self-righteous individual espousing what he/she feels God wants us to know or do.
I see no problem if a group of Believers (whatever flavor of Belief you have/share) who happen to be hams and who are spread out over a wide area wish to get together on HF for a weekly net to discuss their Beliefs. It is no different that a group of hams who share a like of a particular radio brand, or a particular college/university they all went to, and so on.
Their discussions will not be for everyone, but then, they are not expected to be. If you overhear one of these nets... be it of Belief, of Brand, or of School... and don't care for it... SPIN THE FLIPPIN' DIAL and move along. That's why it's there.
If someone on one of these nets uses it as a pretense to preach... be it the Gospel of Faith or the Gospel of Brand or the Gospel of School... and it starts becoming a one-way transmission, and especially if it starts becoming a Broadcast... then I have a problem with it. NOT because of the Faith/Brand/School (etc), but because of the actions that are turning it into a Broadcast.
This is not an issue of Faith. This is an issue of inappropriate operation using Amateur Radio as a pretense for other purposes that are actually outside the purview of the Amateur Service.
In short, if you want to preach over the radio, get a broadcast license or rent time on an existing broadcaster.
But if you just want to talk about it with your buddies, go have fun.