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The Indian proverb quoted at the beginning of Kipling’s story, “Your Gods and my Gods - do you or I know which are the stronger?” suggests the — A) opposition of Eastern and Western systems of
belief B) struggle between right and wrong, justice and injustice C) friction between science and faith D) disagreement over who is to rule India—the British, or the Indians themselves
Based on process of elimination and the meaning of the quote itself simplified to "no religion or beliefs are more appropriate than the next", I would say A) opposition of Eastern and Western systems of belief.
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