The object of an innate need for religion is not necessarily the validity of religion.

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Assuming that nature endowed humans with an aspiration towards religion (which is far from certain), this aspiration could have developed even without the existence of God. For example, certain human characteristics that tend towards religion - innate or acquired, it doesn't matter - could have spread because they allow for greater social cohesion.



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