Atheists

It has long been observed, that an atheist has no just reason for endeavoring conversions; and yet none harass those minds which they can influence, with more importunity of solicitation to adopt their opinions.  In proporton as they doubt the truth of their own doctrines, they are desirous to gain the attestation of another understanding: and industriously labor to win a proselyte, and eagerly catch at the slightest pretense to dignify their sect with a distinguished name. – Samuel Johnson

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