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  • After all, atheism may be a system only for the learned. Cited from Answer to Dr. Priestley's Letters, Part I, by Matthew Turner
  • So far as any phase of human life can be called inevitable, atheism may lay claim to being inescapable. Cited from The Necessity of Atheism, by Dr. D.M. Brooks
  • Would he point to what atheism may lead -- he gives us 'Lucretius'. Cited from Early Poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson, by Tennyson
  • Whatever advantage religion has had in the enumeration of it's martyrs, the cause of atheism may boast the same. Cited from Answer to Dr. Priestley's Letters, Part I, by Matthew Turner
  • Such is the time here foretold -- a time when the age of atheism may be vauntingly termed "the age of reason." Cited from Sermons on Various Important Subjects, by Andrew Lee
  • It will be found, too, that, distinct as these two forms of Speculative Atheism may appear to be, yet they have often been made to rest on a common ground, and the self-same arguments have been adduced in support of both. Cited from Modern Atheism Under its Forms, by James Buchanan
  • Atheism may be consistent with fine taste, and fine taste under certain conditions may for a time regulate a polished society; but ethics with atheism are impossible; and without ethics no human order can be strong or permanent. Cited from Lothair, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • Surely the denial or the doubt of God's existence amounts to Atheism, however inconsistent that Atheism may be with the natural laws of thought, or the legitimate exercise of speech. Cited from Modern Atheism Under its Forms, by James Buchanan