But it is the whole thing that matters.
You have to pick all the coconut candies from the box of chocolates.
Lewis called atheism as too simple. For him, it fell apart upon examination.
"It is no good asking for a simple religion. After all, real things are not simple. They look simple, but they are not. People who want to destroy Christianity put up a version of Christianity suitable for a child of six and make that the object of their attack."
He warns that had God did not create a religion. Instead, religion is God's statement to us of certain quite unalterable facts about his own nature.
The fact that we turn it into a religion is Man's making.
"Besides being complicated, reality, in my experience, is usually odd. It is not neat, not obvious, not what you expect. For instance, when you have grasped that the earth and the other planets all go around the sun, you would naturally expect that all the planets were made to match -- all at equal distances from each other, say, or distances that regularly increaseed, or all the same size, or else getting bigger or smaller as you go farther from the sun. In fact, you find no rhyme or reason that we can see about either the sizes or the distances; and some of them have one moon, one has four, one has two, some have none and one has a ring."
"Reality is usually something you could not have guessed. That is one of the reasons I believe Christianity. It is a religion you could not have guessed."
Rather than a simple Hershey bar, you get a box of chocolates. Each individual. Some you like more than others.