The fit problem is a problem that all mainstream religions or any religion claiming to have a truth directly from God has. The problem is the fact that what people believe and want “God” to be does not fit in with their own texts and further does not fit in with time as a complete whole. The best example of this is modern day Christianity, the primary text of this religious philosophy is made of two parts. The first is the old testament which is actually the holy book of the Jews (Judaism) and the second part of the book came into being after the death of Jesus. The lack of fit is that the first part of the book outlines a certain a set a rules and the second part of the book literally overturns some of them. Despite that this is glaringly true, the adherents of the belief system still espouse that God is unchanging, morality is not subjective, and that truth is absolute. How could this possibly be true when God could overturn on a whim what was true for one set of people.
Further, in the case of Christian based religions there is the concept of Judgement, however, this judgement would have to be completely relative based on the time the person died within because, for instance, Jesus did not exist 3000 years ago.
It’s not the believer’s fault of course, most are raised and taught to believe these things and it becomes a fundamental part of their psychology. In the grand scheme of things even if they are completely wrong it is not a problem as long as the belief system causes utilitarianism, as Architects we are concerned with forward motion above all. There are many ways to Elolight and truth doesn’t necessarily have to be one of them, but the odds of getting there without truth are improbable. These religious belief systems often don’t cause utilitarianism, and if they do, it is usually temporary. Religions will usually force a morality stagnation and so instead of morality improving it either gets worse or stays the same. Without moral evolution, we would not be able to eat shell fish according to the old testament. Further, physical conflict can be created simply over philosophical ideas and this is the worst type of conflict to resolve ideas because it depletes resources that would ultimately be used for the idea that would arise as the victor.