I've had a recent series of posts on religion in science fiction (here, here, here, and there, too). I briefly compared sci-fi to fantasy. A typical fantasy novel has gods, priests, religion. (Although some have disputed it, I still maintain the opposite is true of sci-fi: the typical sci-fi novel has none of these things, when considering humans.)
As I was saying, the typical fantasy novel has religion - religions plural. Multi-culturalism! Admittedly, often of quite a crude sort, but the best fantasy authors envision wonderful worlds, with many interacting cultures and races, with differences good and bad, and richness of belief.
I spy with my little eye... a fantasy author who envisioned a beautiful world of incredible richness, with many races portrayed with wonderful depth, and yet not one culture had any religion whatsoever?
Even if there's more than one right answer, there's only one right answer.
And for you nitpickers, anything this author may have written down in notes unpublished during his or her lifetime... so totally, completely does not count.
Support Books Under the Bridge
Shop at Amazon.com