Some religious traditions have opposed the representation of the human form in religious art. In particular, the representation of divine personages with human characteristics is seen as demeaning to those who do not share the gender, racial, ethnic, age or other human characteristics portrayed in the representations of divine personages.
Which of the following, if true, would constitute a logical challenge to the validity of these concerns?
A) Religious traditions are emotional and not logical.
B) Religious art without the human form is meaningless.
C) Research has failed to find anyone who shows evidence of being demeaned by representation of divine personages.
D) Most religions do not oppose the representation of the human form.
E) All people are equal in the eyes of God.
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