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Synonyms for atheistical

related to or characterized by or given to atheism

rejecting any belief in gods

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1) For Donne's view as one of the "leading tenets of atheistical thought" in the sixteenth century, see Carey (1990, 149).
The God Delusion are really very bad, not because they draw atheistical conclusions, but because they show no metaphysical or historical understanding of the doctrines they oppose' (188-9).
that they will make no great progress in their atheistical designs.
It is largely free of the atheistical cage-rattling that marked The God Delusion (although the notes do include George W Bush's death penalty record and a complete Monty Python song that starts 'All things dull and ugly/ All creatures short and squat/ All things rude and nasty/ The Lord God made the lot').
Roman Catholics acknowledge the authority of the Pope, and we atheistical libertarians recognize that they do.
The notion that Marlowe's writing is atheistical is a long-standing one; the counter-argument that it is religiously normative is almost as familiar.
Applying scepticism to atheistical arguments may help us to ascertain this point with some precision.
In my case, though, this dark-haired initiation into religious worship was offset by secular devotions orchestrated by nay father, an atheistical romance languages professor who pressed Baudelaire on his son right about the time of my first holy communion.
The confidence man inveighs against the atheistical science of his day, priding himself on his piety and his complicity with nature.
Any religious doctrine that has multiplicity as its basis and its end is an atheistical creed by nature.
He states that Christianity can happily sit with modernity: 'Christian humanism is a thoroughly modern alternative to both atheistical humanism and exclusive humanism'.
I think most people admire pictures in this sort of atheistical fashion; yet, next to loving pictures, and all the pleasure they give .