What two pieces of evidence regarding his Christian nature are presented against Proctor?
The answer to your question is in Act Two. Hale goes to the
Proctor home to tell them Rebecca Nurse has been charged with
witchcraft and to warn the Proctors to get their religious lives in
order. Rebecca's arrest shows how out of control the situation has
become, since she is a respected, wealthy member of the
Hale questions why Proctor rarely attends church on Sunday,
citing that Proctor has missed services "twenty-six time in
seventeen month". Proctor defends himself, saying Elizabeth was
sick, and he prayed at home when he couldn't go to church. Then
Proctor admits his dislike for Parris, telling Hale about the
golden candlesticks that Parris insisted the church have instead of
the pewter ones the church had always had.
The second issue Hale brings up is that only two of Proctor's
three sons have been baptized. Proctor answers Hale that "I like it
not that Mr. Parris should lay his hand upon my baby. I see no
light of God in that man. I'll not conceal it." It's ironic,
however, that when Proctor is asked by Hale to cite the Ten
Commandments, he forgets the one regarding adultery.
This scene also occurs just before Elizabeth is arrested for