In no less than 300 words, discuss the debate between Antony Flew, R.M. Hare, and Basil Mitchell on the nature and rationality of religious belief, addressing the following points and answering the following five questions. Nota Bene: Also, do your very best to reformulate information into your own words, do not repeat verbatim anything from my PowerPoint document. If I see any passages that look just like a statement on one of my slides, then I shall start deducting points, and the more I see, the more points I shall deduct. (1) Explain Flew’s parable of the garden. (2) What is the point of Flew’s parable of the garden, what conclusion does he draw from it and why? (3) According to Flew, what happens to a belief after it has become so excessively qualified that it is no longer susceptible to evaluation? (4) What is Hare’s concept of a blik and how does he use it in his response to Flew? (5) How does Mitchell’s view differ from that of Flew and from that of Hare? I have attached the following powerpoint slides 82-88 and the following textbook pages 143-149.