A rabbi, a priest, and an atheist walk into a bar.
The rabbi says, "I believe in God."
The priest says, "So do I."
The atheist says, "I don't."
Everybody here understands the other. Now, if you plug a Hindu or a Buddhist into this story, it doesn't work too well, but there weren't many of them around at the time of the Founding.
Sometimes, we make this stuff too obtuse.