Discussion on Religious vs non religious disclosure impact

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I have an interesting question. We all have seen the conversation about religion not being able to handle disclosure.

However, what if in fact the phenomenon happens to be spiritual. What if this is the way in which the spiritual dimension interacts with us, let’s say for arguments sake all religions had elements of the truth but the God of Abraham, with the father the son (jesus) and the holly ghost was the most accurate and complete understanding we had of this phenomenon. Let’s say the revelation of this to the public made us understand the nature of God and ourselves in a more complete way and added to or made more sense of what we new about God and religion spirits demons space and earth in a more complete way.

With that context in mind, would the non-religious sect of our population have a harder time accepting this as truth and dealing with ontological shock ?

Or would the religious sect of our population have a harder time with dealing with and accepting more conventional aliens.

Which one would impose a greater shift, fall out, or shock to society?

I am just truly curious of everyone’s opinion on these juxtaposing hypothetical outcomes.

I for one feel the non-religious would have a harder time accepting a religious outcome vs the opposite for a plethora of reasons.

I’m not coming at this from a religious pov just curious.

Added this as a comment somewhere but wasn’t getting a ton of traction so made a post.

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