think most TOK teachers really dislike teaching the RKS section of TOK. I usually do a short module on the basic pro/con arguments historically for the existence of God, but mostly I am interested in the elements of the Knowledge Framework. NInian Smart's 7 Dimensions of Religion is a good framework to look at, since it tries to make systematic distinctions about the aspects of religious experience which might lead to knowledge claims. However, it is important to distinguish between the methodologies of NS and RKS, since their claims overlap, and to examine the role which centralized authority and subjective experience play in shaping religious knowledge claims. In point of fact, those methods are in conflict with science, so we can't just say "everyone is entitled to their own opinion" and be relativistic about it. We have to pick one, and defend our choices, or at least articulate which aspects we think can coexist. I can see why this makes people uncomfortable, but it is essential to an intellectually honest assessment of knowledge.