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What may be inferred from the agreement between theistic and atheistic existentialists?
Although both groups agree that the world is meaningless in and of itself, this does not imply that humans cannot find meaning. In fact, the passage states that humans must create meaning in a meaningless world.
The passage tells us that both groups have their own way of finding meaning in the world, but gives us no information about which is more effective.
The two groups agree on a basic idea of general existentialism. This does not imply that either group accepted the ideas of the other.
Even though both groups agree on a basic point of existentialism, there is no information in the passage that implies that theistic existentialists have more ideas in common with atheistic existentialists than their fellow believers.
Theistic existentialists, who believe in God, do not find meaning in the world. This implies that they believe that God, who created the world (in religious eyes), did not put meaning into it by design.