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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
An atheist is one point beyond the devil (devils, for they believe and tremble).  1
An atheist’s laugh is a poor excuse for deity offended.  Burns.  2
By night an atheist half believes a God.  Young.  3
Health chiefly keeps an atheist in the dark,
A fever argues better than a clark.  Young.
He became an infidel remaining between two mosques.  Turkish.  5
If you sit down a mere philosopher, you will rise almost an atheist.  6
Men work themselves into an atheistical judgment by atheistical practices.  Whichcote.  7
Some are atheists only in fair weather.  8
When men leave religion and turn atheists, their own abilities leave them.  Massinger.  9

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