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Rothbard was an atheist.

And Locke said natural rights had to be empirically observable in society and that divine revelation (religious text) was not sufficient.

The Enlightenment was largely a rejection of the religious in favor of the secular. Hence the pragmatic, "Nature or Nature's God".

~wobbles but doesn't fall down~