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Re: Atheism in the Dark Ages
« Reply #15: October 28, 2012, 09:13:28 PM »
The reformation and Henry VIII can't really be considered atheistic - just (again) anti-theistic in that they opposed the institution of the Catholic Church.

Errm... Martin Luther ain't anti-theistic. Nor Henry VIII. Anti-clerical maybe. But not anti-theistic.
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