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December 27, 2009

Knights and Gardeners differ over the origin of religion. Knights tend to argue that religion is revealed—that it was handed down in an already-perfect form from heaven. Gardeners tend to argue that religion is a device—produced through a mysterious interaction of divine inspiration and human ingenuity, the way art is—to help humans understand the spiritual experiences they have, and to inspire human communion with the divine. Both believe that true religion is provided by God.

Atheist Knights, however, in true Knight “either/or” fashion, conclude that if the claims of a religion cannot be proven or are not completely true, then they are completely false.

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